City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Suruchi Casual Indian restaurant providing dishes from across India.
St Margaret House - Edinburgh Palette St Margaret's House is an Edinburgh charity who aim to provide affordable studio space, alongside a complimentary program of exhibitions & events.
Sutton Gallery Commercial New Town gallery established in 2012 by Reuben Sutton and Colin Herd.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery Café - Café Portrait Refectory style cafe in Scottish National Portrait Gallery serving seasonal food.
Stockbridge House Community centre situated off Raeburn Place, which is used by a variety of community groups for dance lessons, ceilidh dances, yoga groups, and suchlike.
Scotland-Russia Institute The Scotland-Russia Institute is a culture centre run by the Scotland-Russia Forum, offering information and promoting understanding about Russia and her neighbours.
Smoke Stack A well established meat lovers restaurant that has been recently refurbished.
Greyfriars Bobby statue profile shot
Statue of Greyfriar's Bobby Not so much a destination - unless you are meeting here for a walking tour - but the statue of the famous, little scottie dog remains a popular spot for a photo op. 356
Siglo
Siglo Free entry late night bar / nightclub on two floors, situated in the heart of the Cowgate. Siglo is open until 5am throughout the festival.
St Mark's Unitarian Church The Unitarian Church is located in an early 19th century building of classic style and church hall.
Scone Palace Known as the crowing place of Scottish kings, Robert the Bruce was crowned in 1306 at Scone and the last coronation was of Charles II, when he accepted the Scottish crown in 1651.
Skatepark bowl
Saughton Skatepark Since opening in May 2010, Saughton Skatepark has become a destination point for skateboarders, BMX-ers, skaters and other derring doers on wheels.
Stac Polly One of Edinburgh’s original restaurants providing interpretations of modern and traditional Scottish cuisine using locally sourced produce.
Spoon Café Bistro Across from the Festival Theatre and neighbours with Royal College of Surgeons, this eaterie is catering to those looking for the casualness of a cafe and the formality of a restaurant.
St James' Church St James' in Portobello is a congregation of the Church of Scotland that has been established at its present location since 1912.
Pathology Museum
Surgeons' Hall Museum The Surgeons' Hall Museum, part of the Royal College of Surgeons complex on Clerk Street, houses Scotland's largest medical museum with one of the most significant surgical collections in the world
St Andrews House and Old Town
St. Andrew's House St Andrew's House is the H.Q. of the Scottish Government, found East of Princes Street under Calton Hill.
St James Scottish Episcopal Church Built in 1888, St James (aka St James the Less Episcopal Church) host a number of live music events throughout the year.
St Paul's and St George's Church St Paul's & St George's is a Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church with a congregation from across the city.
South Hall Edinburgh University owned function hall at the modern Pollock Hall complex large enough to host 350 guests theatre-style or a dancefloor for 300, or 100 in a classroom setting.