Around 40 guests gathered to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the John Muir Birthplace, a tourist attraction in Dunbar, on Friday.
Since the museum, which charts the life of the town’s most famous son, opened a decade ago, it has welcomed 120,000 visitors through its doors.
The conservationist John Muir, who was born in Dunbar, emigrated to America as a boy with his family and became famed for his work in founding the country’s national parks system.
The John Muir Birthplace Trust was formed in 1998 when East Lothian Council, the national John Muir Trust and Dunbar Community Council agreed to work together to secure his birthplace in the High Street for the community and public in general.
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