- This fine example of Scottish architect Robert Adam's work is the home of the National Archive of Scotland, founded in 1774. The entrance is dominated by a notable statue of the Duke of Wellington. Marvel at the imposing and ornate turrets, cupolas and Corinthian columns that tower overhead. The interior is similarly rich. You can research your Scottish roots here by appointment and find out just how closely connected to Mary Queen of Scots you really are. It also acts as a grand venue for cultural exhibitions - the times shown are for these events. Call for access to the legal and historical records.
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