City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
George Square
Hugh Robson Building Edinburgh University building at George Square named after the former Principal of Edinburgh University (1974 -1979). The building has a 65-seater teaching room.
Howies Restaurant Well-established Scottish restaurant serving local, seasonal food. One of two Howies restaurants in Edinburgh.
Howies Cellar Well-established Edinburgh favourite's West End branch introduces new sharing menu.
Howe Street Arts Pop up Fringe art gallery filled with textures, shapes and colour at the top of Howe Street in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town. Open daily from 10am – 7pm during Fringe 2016.
Howden Park Centre Community arts space in West Lothian with programme of music, dance, drama, exhibitions, classes and food.
Hopetoun Southside
Hopetoun House Palatial, stately home near South Queensferry overlooking the Firth of Forth (just West of the Forth Bridges), with large rambling grounds. Hopetoun is held under private charitable trust, but...
Hope Rooms North Berwick's public function rooms used for local events such as fetes and coffee mornings. The Hope Rooms also host film screenings and the North Berwick Youth Cafe meets here.
Holyrood Park Education Centre Educational facility and home of the Historic Scotland Ranger service.
Holyrood Park - looking down from Arthur's Seat
Holyrood Park Holyrood Park is a windswept, hilly public park, but a few minutes walk from Edinburgh Old Town. The park encompasses a five-mile radius of land and has probably been a Royal Park since the 12th...
Holyrood Lodge The ground floor of Holyrood Lodge is a public InformationCentre for Holyrood Park.
Holly's House A former Fringe venue in central basement flat in the New Town directly round the corner from The Stand Comedy Club York Place and minutes walk from Assembly Ro
Hispaniola Formerly, Rutherford's Bar, reputedly Robert Louis Stevenson's favourite drinking haunt, this restaurant has been converted into a homage to the famous Scots authors most renowned novel- 'Treasure Is 79
Hill Street Design House New Town venue with Georgian interior which hosts exhibits, pop-up shops, workshops, masterclasses, product launches and parties all year round.
Virgin arches on the Royal Mile
High Street, Cockburn Street to George IV Bridge Every August, during the Edinburgh Fringe, the area around the Fringe 10
Hewat's Restaurant Hewat's is a hidden gem, a friendly, familly run, neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of the Meadows and Newington area.  This is a destination for foodies.
Heroes @ Bob's BlundaBus Bob's BlundaBus is Double Decka bar & venue that can pop-up anywhere... Parked on South College St throughout the Fringe with a venue full of clowns, storytellers and comedians. 212
Heriot's Rugby Club The home of Heriot’s Rugby Club, founded in 1890, at Goldenacre.
Henry's Cellar Bar Longstanding music venue located in a basement bar on Morrisson Street ("dive bar supreme" is how its owners describe it) that has branched out from a purely jazz orientated line-up - it was 218
Henderson's Vegetarian Restaurant Edinburgh's long-established, and popular vegetarian restaurant offers a good selection of buffet style vegetarian and vegan food in its New Town basement home.
Hedges front
Hedges Guesthouse Small, 3-room guesthouse in Victorian home located on leafy Hillside Crescent opposite Calton Hill.