City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


Find Edinburgh venues by type (e.g. Cinemas).

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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Venue type
Argyle House A former government building situated under Edinburgh Castle rock. It used to house social security offices, job centre and companies house staff. Mixed Use
Arniston House
Arniston House Arniston House has been home to the Dundas family since 1571. The estate originally belonged to the Knight's Templar and then the Knight's of Saint John. Visitor Attractions
Art Amatoria external
Art Amatoria Art Amatoria is a commercial gallery, launched by Caroline Hay at the beginning of 2009, to showcase emerging and established contemporary artists. Galleries
Walkers rest at the top of Arthur's Seat
Arthur's Seat Arthur's Seat is the top of Holyrood Park, the large public park at the foot of the Royal Mile. It takes a moderately fit walker about 20 minutes to climb to the top. Visitor Attractions
Artspace Community theatre and arts venue in Craigmillar. Theatres
Assembly @ AGA Showroom Money and mirth are combined for the sole show at this venue in the Fringe 2010, At Home With Mrs Moneypenny, by the working mother and Financial Times columnist, known only as Mrs Moneypenny. Only at the Fringe
Assembly in the Gardens
Assembly @ Princes Street Gardens New in 2010 only, one of Assembly's three main venues at the Edinburgh Fringe, located at the R Only at the Fringe
Assembly Checkpoint
Assembly Checkpoint One of Assembly's four venues, located very near the Edinburgh University hub at Bristo Square. Cabaret and music on upper floor of an old church. Dining and bar on ground floor. Only at the Fringe
Garden at George Square
Assembly George Square Gardens One of four hubs run by Assembly - one of the Fringe's leading brands - having being forced to give up its long-standing home on George Street the renovated Assembly Big Tops & Tents
Assembly Hall
Assembly Hall The Assembly Hall is in the neo-gothic building situated directly East of Edinburgh Castle. With twin turrets forking above the skyline it is clearly visible as you climb up the Mound. Churches
Assembly Rooms on George Street at the Fringe
Assembly Rooms This elegant 18th century building, situated in Edinburgh's New Town, is a mixed use venue owned and managed by Edinburgh City Council. Mixed Use
Assembly Roxy front
Assembly Roxy Arts venue in a converted 19th Century church. During the Edinburgh Fringe, is operated by Assembly as Assembly Roxy, with two fully licensed indoor bars and a pop-up garden on the street. In... Only at the Fringe
Asti - Cucina Italiana Good food from breakfast to dinner in this Italian cafe/bar - pastas, risottos, and handmade desserts. Italian
Augustine's Church
Augustine United Church Augustine United Church on George IV Bridge is located in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, just minutes away from the Royal Mile. Spiritual Centre
Avoca Bar and Grill Stockbridge gastropub offering classic dishes from cooked brunches to fish 'n' chips, roast beef and yorkshire pudding, nachos, and ploughman's lunch. Scottish
B'Est A French Restaurant that lives up to the true French restaurant philosophy - high quality well cooked and affordable food French
B'est Restaurant French restaurant on Edinburgh's Southside, which during the Edinburgh Fringe hosts the show Faulty the Towers Dining Experience, based on the television series Restaurants
Baked Potato Shop, The Cheap and cheerful takeaway filled tatties just off the Royal Mile. Vegetarian
Balado Park Disused airfield up in Fife which is best known, since 1997, as the scene of annual music festival T in the Park.  Getting there Rock
Balerno Parish Church Community church with a number of halls on Edinburgh's outskirts. Spiritual Centre