GILMERTON COVELocation: Edinburgh, UK | Client: City of Edinburgh Council
Gilmerton Cove is a series of hand carved passageways and chambers that lie below ground to the south of Gilmerton crossroads. The entrance to Gilmerton Cove is through a visitor centre adapted from a traditional mining cottage. This cottage now houses imaginative audio and visual displays that depict the various theories behind the origins of Gilmerton Cove which, after extensive archaeological and historical research, still remain a mystery.
These include theories that it was the unique work of an 18th century local blacksmith George Paterson, a drinking den for gentry, a refuge for persecuted Covenanters and a smugglers lair. After five years of work by Gilmerton Heritage Trust and The City of Edinburgh Council, Saturn restored and preserved this unique heritage site for future generations providing visitors of all ages with an educational and fun experience.
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