House of Dun is a handsome, William Adam-designed Georgian property north of Dundee that was home to the Erskine family from 1375 to 1980. Grand public rooms with elaborate plasterwork sit alongside family apartments; the house sits in its own formal gardens will parkland and woodland beyond.
The Old Library will be converted into a gallery that will tell the story of the Erskines and their home. The exhibition will allow a range of objects that are too precious or not suited to the main rooms to be displayed, and will complement the recently revised guided tour and updated guide book to dramatically improve visitors’ experience of the property. By developing a flexible display system, new themes can be introduced as new research becomes available or to support awareness of current projects in the house or garden.
Project Cost $29,000
NTS USA Funding Goal $29,000
For more information about this project, please contact Kirstin Bridier, Executive Director, at 617-227-7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.