City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Whitespace 76 A forty seater venue on the Southside of Edinburgh. 375
White Stuff A shop and a Fringe venue, located on George Street. During the Fringe in August, the second floor of White Stuff showcases British fashion and lifestyle brands in a Craft Scotland Summer Show. 205
Waterstones Edinburgh West End Central store for the book retailer and a location for author readings and literary events. 458
Woodland Creatures Bar cafe in Pilrig area on Leith Walk. Serves vegan. Venue is available for parties and events. Sometimes has live music and comedy. 282
WHISKI Bar & Restaurant High street bar with traditional Scottish music – fiddles, accordions, guitars and whistles. 246
Water of Leith Visitor Centre Visitor centre run by the Water of Leith Conservation Trust.
Whistlebinkies Whistlebinkies is a late-licence, live music venue. Bands play a wide selection from covers to original music; rock to folk and traditional Scottish music. 158
"Scotland's smallest pub"
Wee Pub Scotland's smallest pub, adjoined to more capacious Biddy Mulligans. Opened in 2013, in the heart of the Grassmarket. Room for about 20 people "at a push!". 297
Whiski Rooms Centrally situated bar and bistro serving seasonal Scottish food.
Whitespace Whitespace is an art gallery and a venue for weekly art classes in a Georgian flat in Edinburgh's New Town. Set up and run by artist Leigh Chorlton.
Wok and Wine Central, New Town restaurant Wok & Wine that brings both a tapas approach to oriental food with its wok bites (for those on a budget or with smaller appeatites), as well as set menus, banquets,
West Craigie Farm The Sinclair family's 260-acre arable farm in South Queensferry is an open farm with a café and shop.
Wedgwood Popular Old Town restaurant taking its name from head chef Paul Wedgwood who co-founded the restaurant with Lisa Channon.
Word Power Books Lively local bookshop that holds regular readings including Edinburgh ndependent Radical Book Fair and Edinburgh Book Fringe.
Water of Leith Sign at Belford Road
Water of Leith The Water of Leith is perhaps more a green corridor than a park, although it is designated an Urban Wildlife Site. The waterway snakes through the city from the foot of the Pentlands to Leith docks,...
Whigham's Wine Cellars Since it opened back in August 1983, the converted wine cellars at the corner of Charlotte Square Garden has become a popular watering hole with the winebar set among them local office workers,...
West Register House
West Register House West Register House is the second and newer city centre archive building of the National Archive of Scotland (the other being General Register House). It is situated at the West end of Charlotte...
Whynot Nightclub Night club that was launched in December 1997 in the heart of Edinburgh's financial district on George Street (under the Dome bar).
Wee Red Bar Edinburgh College of Art's student bar has an artistic bent - for obvious reasons - and is a friendly setting for cheap drinks, live gigs and club nights. 506
West Princes Street Gardens in Summer
West Princes Street Gardens West Princes Street Gardens is the larger of the two tracts of green space (the other being East Princes Street Gardens) that run parallel to Princes Street in the heart of the city. The gardens were...