City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type
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Knockhill Sport Centre and Racing Circuit Scotlands National Racing Circuit is KnockHill near Dunfermline in Fife. Beyond Edinburgh
National Museum of Flight East Fortune airfield saw action in two world wars. It now brings the story of aviation from the First World War to the present day through exhibitions inside and outside the airfield's hangars. Visitor Attractions
Craiglockhart Parish Church Church of Scotland Church to the South West of the City Centre. On the bus route for Colinton Road and Slateford Road (number 4 stops outside) and train (Slateford Station). Spiritual Centre
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 Conference
George Heriot's School The distinctive turreted building of George Heriot's School first opened its doors to pupils in 1659. Secondary School
Edinburgh Printmakers Established in 1967 as the first open access studio in Britain, Edinburgh Printmakers (EP) is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary printmaking practice providing, maintaining and staffing an Galleries
National War Museum
National War Museum Exhibition inside Edinburgh Castle showing how the last 400 years of the Scottish military experience has shaped the nation, including paintings, documents, photographs, medals, diaries, silver, and... Museums
Underbelly's Hullaballoo Introduced as a venue by Underbelly in Fringe 2009, Hullabaloo incorporates the Bosco Tent which seats 180 with a mixed programme of comedy, music, theatre and childrens shows. Only at the Fringe
Merchant's Hall, Edinburgh
Merchants' Hall Distinctive New Town neo-classical building that is primarily the headquarters of one of Edinburgh's oldest business organisations The Company of Merchants of the City of Edinburgh. Business
Holly's House A former Fringe venue in central basement flat in the New Town directly round the corner from The Stand Comedy Club York Place and minutes walk from Assembly Ro Only at the Fringe
Millennium Link
Millennium Link The Millennium Link, Case Studies Wine School's barge, is moored on the historic Union Canal at Edinburgh Quay, Fountainbridge. Eight minutes by bus from Princes Street. Only at the Fringe
The Barony
Barony Bar Established pub with warm vintage finish, wooden floor boards and a bar that has good selection of real ales. Usually has a warming fire in Winter time. Pubs
Scotland Yard
Scotland Yard Park Quiet, leafy, residential park in New Town area and near Broughton. Outdoor
King George V Park
King George V Park Quiet, leafy park in Edinburgh New Town, near Canonmills. Accessed off Eyre Place. Popular with local dog walkers. Outdoor
Henderson's Vegetarian Restaurant Edinburgh's long-established, and popular vegetarian restaurant offers a good selection of buffet style vegetarian and vegan food in its New Town basement home. Scottish
Festival Square in August during EIFF 2007
Festival Square Large classic town square has the kind of space that you might expect of an italian plaza. Outdoor
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Fingers Piano Bar Long-established, late night, New Town bar that as the name suggests often has a chanteuse and fancy cocktails. Pubs
Sneaky Pete's One room club 90 capacity live music and nightclub venue down in the Cowgate. Live Music
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. Only at the Fringe
Saughtonhall United Reformed Church Saughtonhall Church was formed in 1929 and is a local community based church, part of the UK wide United Reformed Church. Has an active drama group. Spiritual Centre