About House of the Binns
Named for the site on which it was built, the land of the byinnis, The House of the Binns is a property steeped in a fascinating history. A tour of this property will make the history of the building come alive, from the magnificnet 17th cenutry plaster ceilings commisioned for the visiting Charles I, to the secret passageway, to the masses of open parkland surrounding the property, there is something to interest any visitor.
|Ticket Prices:||Adult: £10.50|
1 Parent: £18.00
(FREE admission for members of the National Trust)
|Recommended Time:||1 - 2 hours|
|Opening Times:||Estate: all year, daily, gates closed at 7.30pm.|
House: 1 Jun to 30 Sep, Sat-Wed, 2-5.
Guided tours only (last tour 4.15). Groups of 10 and under do not need to book ahead. House open at other times by arrangement.
|Indoors / Outdoors:||Indoors|
|Categories:||Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks|