City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image
Tom Fleming Centre Situated in the impressive 19th century building of Stewart's Melville College, the Tom Fleming Centre, in the renovated Victoran assembly hall, is a fully raked, flexible venue that seats 60 to 58
Dance Base's new venue
Thomas Morton Hall This historic hall, part of the complex at Leith Town Hall, has recently been refurbished as a dance studio space with specially constructed sprung wooden floor f
The Crags Bar Recently refurbished local bar with beer garden and sport screened, in area trafficked heavily by students and tourists. Part of Laughing Horse Free Fringe in August.
The Dome Grandiose Georgian bar and restaurant that opened in 1996 in a former bank building on George Street.
Traquair House Scotland's oldest inhabited house, with large grounds including a maze. Traquair House is 29 miles (an hour's drive) from Edinburgh.
The Tron Tavern
Tron Long-standing central bar, with performance space in the basement which for a long time hosted the Edinburgh Singer Songwriter's open mic nights.
The Newsroom Cocktail bar just up from Leith Walk's so-called "pink triangle" area.
The Globe Bar Centrally located backpacker and sports bar down in the Cowgate
Tickets Scotland Rose street ticketing outlet selling Edinburgh's Hogmanay tickets and music tickets.
The Henderson Gallery New Town gallery founded in August 2008 in converted offices.
Tower Mill, Heart of Hawick A derelict spinning mill and Category ‘A' listed building built over a river.
The Underground Cafe Small venue down in the Cowgate
theSpace on the Mile The Spaces are camped here for the month of August, just inside the foyer on the left handside of the Radisson.
The Meadows
The Meadows The Meadows is a large expanse of common, greenspace to the South of Edinburgh Old Town, adjoining the main Edinburgh University area.
The Georgian House
The Georgian House As the name suggests, this New Town building, run by the National Trust of Scotland as a public museum, has been carefully restored as a typical Georgian House of the late 18th-early 19th century....
Tynecastle Stadium The home of Hearts FC, one of Edinburgh's premier league football teams. The original 1886 ground, with its small wooden stand for 250, makes it one of the oldest grounds in Britain.
The Argyle Bar & Cellar Monkey Two-level neighbourhood local on the corner. Located just on the Southside of The Meadows.
The Quad
Talbot Rice Gallery The Talbot Rice is a University of Edinburgh owned gallery.
The Glasshouse at Eskmills Function suite run by Glasshouse Hospitality for corporate entertaining, weddings and special events in Musselburgh
The Village The Village with its wooden-floors and stone-walls, and tall ceiling has a light, open feeling to it. Regular live folk gigs. An easy-going, Leith local near Ferry Road.