City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Bed and breakfasts


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Musselburgh Racecourse Since its inception in 1816, the racecourse at Musselburgh has suffered highs and lows as horse-racing's fortunes have waxed and waned, but the "sport of kings" is alive and kicking on...
Mussel and Steak Bar You want good mussels?  Or a well cooked steak?  And you're in the Grassmarket?  This is the place for you, then.
Music Box Stevenson College's purpose-built music and performing arts centre includes a recording studio, rehearsal rooms, practice booths, 120-seated auditorium, dance studio with sprung floor, digital audi
Museum on the Mound Opened in 2006, two years before the financial crisis shook the foundations of the global economy, the Museum on the Mound looks at the story of money, including its design, technology, crime, trad
Museum of Edinburgh The Museum of Edinburgh is a series of interconnected 16th and 17th century buildings situated on the Royal Mile in the heart of Edinburgh Old Town. Formerly known as Huntly House, the museum...
Museum of Childhood Free museum aimed at adults and children the Museum of Childhood brings together anitque toys, dolls, teddy bears, trainsets, trcicylces, and games from many parts of the world to tell the story 
Edinburgh Sevens - Murrayfield
Murrayfield Stadium Murrayfield Stadium is the home of Scotland's national rugby team, and hosts international and other elevens and sevens rugby tournaments.
Murrayfield Parish Church Centre Church of Scotland Parish Church and a part of the Edinburgh Presbytery, Murrayfield Parish Church is adjoined by the Church Centre, which serves as a venue during
Murrayfield Ice Rink Indoor ice rink with the Olympic sized ice surface measures 200ft ( 61m ) x 97ft (29.5m) offering skating as well as various events.
Mums The idea, like the food, is simple. Don't charge the earth and provide hearty bangers and mash and homely dishes "just like mum makes it".
Muirhouse St Andrews Church Modern, community parish church to the North of the city.
Movement Nightclub in the busy Cowgate, just under the bridge with a capacity just short of 500. Regularly open until 3am. 18+ only.
EIFF: Film Festival Under the Stars
Mound Precinct The Mound precinct is a public space by the National Galleries on Princes Street that is frequently used by buskers, street performers and for other outdoor events. You often hear the area referred...
Mosque Kitchen Affordable, spicey food on the sheltered patio at Edinburgh's mosque. In 2011, the Mosque Kitchen moved to a new premises around the corner on Nicholson Square
Moriarty Bar Lothian Road bar with Sherlock Holmes themed upstairs (hence the name) focusing on craft beers, world lagers and malt whisky.
Mood Nightclub Former home of GHQ nightclub. Popular with hen and stag nights.
Monteiths Award-winning restaurant specialising in Scottish food and ingredients situated at the Royal Mile's halfway point.
Dean Gallery
Modern Art Two The National Galleries of Scotland's Modern Art Two, formerly called the Dean Gallery until rebranding in 2011, houses an extensive collection of Dada and Surrealist art. The building, which has been...
Mitre Pub Deep-set, traditional bar on the High Street in Edinburgh Old Town. Informal atmos and pub grub. Can get busy, due to its location. 
Milne's Bar A basement bar situated a short stumble from the foot of the Mound, Milne's is still referred to as the "poet's bar", on account of famous, past literary cliente