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Trinity House

Home to an outstanding collection of maritime memorabilia

Trinity House

Trinity House is the home of the Incorporation of Shipowners and Shipmasters, an organisation dating back to the 14th century.

Successive generations of masters and members of Trinity House have been closely involved in the history and maritime development of Leith. Thomas Brown designed the present Trinity House in 1816 on the site of the medieval mariner's hospital.

An outstanding collection of maritime memorabilia inside an elegant Georgian house.

Pre-booked visits only. For more information call 0131 554 3289 (Mon-Fri).

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  • The magnificent Convening Room – running the entire length and breadth of the upper floor and a Pandora’s Box of maritime memorabilia.
  • Raeburn’s painting of Admiral Duncan – a naval masterpiece.
  • The Master’s Room – a cosy room, still retaining its Georgian fixtures and furnishings.


Region – Edinburgh and the Lothians
Postcode: EH6 6BJ

Opening arrangements

All year
Pre-booked visits only,, For booking enquiries call 0131 554 3289 (Mon-Fri)

Admission prices

Admission is free but donations are welcome

Events at Trinity House

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28 November 2015

Weaving the Unicorn exhibition

Stirling Castle

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The Other Mary Exhibition

Stirling Castle

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