City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Fruitmarket Gallery Central, free public art gallery beside Waverley Railway Station, the Fruitmarket Gallery was originally built as a fruit and vegetable market in 1938, but has been oper 359
Fringe Central Fringe Central is a hub for Fringe staff, those involved in putting on shows, and media covering the Fringe. 2
New Town Theatre front 2014
Freemasons Hall The Freemasons Hall (aka New Town Theatre) is located on George Street, in Edinburgh's New Town. 7
Fredericks Coffee House Offering a range of teas, coffees, soft drinks, soups, salads and paninis in a bright, pleasant atmosphere.
Frankenstein pub
Frankenstein Pub Mary Shelley may have conjured up the idea of the world's most enduring monster during a dreary Summer in Switzerland a little under two centuries ago, but the brooding gothic tale has a certain reson 304
Forest Fringe
Forest Cafe Situated in an old building (former Edinburgh Congressional Church) on several floors, in the Edinburgh University area, the co-operatively run Forest Cafe established itself as a hub for Edinburgh
Forage & Chatter Forage & Chatter is a new restaurant concept which opened in Edinburgh’s West End in mid-November.
Flotterstone Visitor Centre Flotterstone Information Centre is located behind the Flotterstone Inn, off the A702, on the Eastern Side of the Regional Park.
Flotterstone Inn Pub on the outskirts of Edinburgh at the foot of the Pentland Hills - edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park - that is popular with ramblers and walkers.
Floral Clock Gardener
Floral Clock If you are walking uptown in Edinburgh, chances are you will pass by the floral clock in West Princes Street Garden.
Flaubert Gallery Small privately owned fine art gallery featuring, in particular, Scottish artists.
Fishers in the City Cosy, New Town, seafood restaurant, that is central but off the beaten track down narrow cobbled Thistle Street.
Fishers in Leith The original Fishers is a waterside restaurant specialising in seafood as well as meat and veggie options.
Fisherrow Links Just down coast from Edinburgh, East Lothian's Fisherrow links has a nine hole pitch and putt course, 'pay as you play' bowling greens and tennis courts.
First Coast Bistro Small, West End restaurant specialising in seafood and Scottish specialties such as - what is quickly becoming its trademark - the (apparently very tasty) deepfried jam sandwich.
Finnegan's Wake Borrowing the title of James Joyce's impenetrable novel, this is an Irish pub for large crowds and live music. 101
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Fingers Piano Bar Long-established, late night, New Town bar that as the name suggests often has a chanteuse and fancy cocktails. 221
Field Grillhouse New Scottish restaurant serving locally sourced food.
Fettes College
Fettes College One of a number of Edinburgh's boarding schools, David Bryce's neo-Gothic chateau building is distinguished by its tall spires and gargoyles, surrounded by large grounds and boarding houses.
The Mound viewed from the Festival Wheel (2018)
Festival Wheel The Festival Wheel (aka Edinburgh Festival Wheel and Big Wheel) is a large mechanical, red and white Ferris Wheel, situated in the centre of Edinburgh, in Eas