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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 16th September 2016 > Inveraray opens its doors

Inveraray opens its doors

THE ever-popular Doors Open Day comes to Inveraray on September 24, with a chance to see behind the scenes in some of the town’s popular venues.

The Argyll archive is one of the most important private archives in Britain, attracting researchers from all over the world. A small selection of the treasures – themed around innovation, architecture and design – will be on display.

The archive is housed in Cherry Park, an elegant 18th-century Palladian-style farm steading, designed for the fifth Duke of Argyll by John Adam and Robert Mylne, with some early 19th-century alterations by Joseph Bonomi. Open from 2pm to 4pm, there will also be a limited number of guided tours available that can be booked by emailing or phoning 01499 302698.

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