Built as the chapel for Dalkeith Palace in 1843 by William Burn and David Bryce, chapel and transept Arthur W Blomfield, 1890. Early English style with splendid features: double hammerbeam roof, stained glass windows by Ward & Nixon of London, heraldic floor tiles by Minton, oak choir stalls by William Butterfield and water-powered organ by David Hamilton of Edinburgh, installed 1845.
Open on Sunday 2.00-4.00pm July and August or by arrangement
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