Charlotte Square, designed by the great Georgian architect Robert Adam, was the final piece of the city's first New Town development. The National Trust for Scotland runs this restored town house as an example of how people lived in that prosperous era of the city. The furniture is mainly Hepplewhite, Chippendale, and Sheraton, mostly from the 1700s. A sturdy old four-poster bed with an original 18th-century canopy occupies a ground-floor bedroom. The nearby dining room has a table set with fine Wedgwood china and also contains a chamber pot that was passed around by the gents after the women folk had retired. Last admission 30 minutes before closing.