The tapestry, said to be the world's longest, attracted 30,000 visitors when it was on show at the Scottish Parliament and will go on display at Cockenzie House and Gardens in East Lothian.
Made up of 160 panels, the textile artwork depicts 420 million years of Scottish history and was hand-stitched by 1000 volunteers.
It will be on show at Cockenzie House and Gardens, Prestonpans, from this weekend until December 8.
Author Alexander McCall Smith, the brainchild behind the project, said: "The Tapestry was created by a vast team of stitchers throughout Scotland but the very important design and stitching work was done in the area by Andrew Crummy, the artist, and Dorie Wilkie, the stitch co-ordinator - so I think it is highly appropriate that it will now be available for the people of the area to enjoy.
"And what enjoyment they can expect from this wonderful work of art. The Tapestry will, I think, bring great pleasure to those who visit Cockenzie House."
The tapestry took over two years to complete and required more than 65,000 hours of stitching using 300 miles of wool.
Jim Brown, director of Cockenzie House and Gardens, said: "We are proud to be the first venue in Scotland for the Tapestry outwith the Scottish Parliament.
"It is also a tribute to Andrew Crummy, a local artist from Port Seton who did the artwork for the Tapestry. Cockenzie House will provide an excellent setting for the Tapestry and we are determined to do it proud.
"The exhibition will be an enormous challenge for a small organisation like ourselves but we have no doubt the local community will rally round to ensure its success. We look forward to welcoming the many visitors who will come to the town to view the Tapestry. This will really put Cockenzie House and Gardens on the map."