City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type
The Hub at night
The Hub The Hub is an old church building, with a towering, gothic spire, near the top of the High Street, just down from Edinburgh Castle. [tid-name]
The Mound
The Mound The Mound is the steep hill that connects the Edinburgh New Town and Old Town in the city centre. [tid-name]
The Citrus Club Long-standing club with a retro feel in its choice of music.  Various genre nights including Eighties, classic rock staples, indie, and ska, reggae, and dancehall numbers. [tid-name]
The Liquid Room Like many clubs in the area, this Victoria Street live-music and clubbing venue is based in a deep, subterranean vault of the old town. [tid-name]
Jam House front
The Jam House Live music and dining across from Queen Street Gardens, with diners being entertained with an acoustic set followed by a live band from about 10pm. [tid-name]
The Lane Low-ceilinged and intimate club venue, down a New Town lane, featuring house music through the night. Central location. [tid-name]
The Hive Set in the former location of the Honeycomb, the Hive is a 650 capacity, two-room music and dance club based in the underground vaults of the [tid-name]
The Voodoo Rooms Attractively refurb'ed restaurant, bar, live music, and club venue housed in a 200 year-old building above Cafe Royal (just off the East end of Princes Street). [tid-name]
Transgression Park Edinburgh's purpose-built skatepark and "freesports" facility inside the Ocean Park shopping centre, [tid-name]
The Waverley Bar The Waverley Bar is located off the High Street, where it turns into the Canongate. As the name of the bar suggests it is a minute's walk from Waverley Station. [tid-name]
The Garvald Centre A great organisation that provides day and accommodation services to people [tid-name]
The Crook Inn The Crook Inn, in the Tweed Valley, is the oldest licensed coaching inn in Scotland dating back some 400 years. The pub/hotel, which is situated on the A701 South of Edinburgh, has long been a... [tid-name]
The Village The Village with its wooden-floors and stone-walls, and tall ceiling has a light, open feeling to it. An easy-going, Leith local near Ferry Road. Reasonable bar-food and Sunday brunch. [tid-name]
The Glasshouse at Eskmills Function suite run by Glasshouse Hospitality for corporate entertaining, weddings and special events in Musselburgh [tid-name]
The Quad
Talbot Rice Gallery The Talbot Rice is a University of Edinburgh owned gallery. [tid-name]
The Stand Comedy Club III & IV Edinburgh's local comedy club The Stand, spreads out at Fringe time [tid-name]
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The Standing Order J.D. Weatherspoon owned pub in attractive, Grade A listed Georgian building (the title is named after its original use as a bank for the Union Bank of Scotland). [tid-name]
The Argyle Bar Two-level basement bar. [tid-name]
theSpace @ Venue 45 A central venue hosting a full program of performances during the Fringe.  The theatre is located within Old St Paul's Church Hal [tid-name]
Surgeon's Hall at Fringe time
The Royal College of Surgeons The Royal College of Surgeon's is one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world, in existence as a corporate body since 1505. [tid-name]