City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Toby Carvery Eating out at Liberton Toby Carvery is "Just as it should be" - a warm and cosy place to enjoy quality food with family and friends. Pub-grub
The Salisbury Arms The Salisbury Arms is a traditional local pub & restaurant in Edinburgh serving tasty, freshly cooked food and top-drawer drinks, with a log-fire when it's chilly and a great beer garden for the... Pub-grub
Johnstone Terrace garden
Johnstone Terrace Garden Johnston Terrace Garden is tucked away at the top of the Patrick Geddes steps which run between Johnston Terrance and the Grassmarket, just 50 m from Edinburgh Castle Esplanade. Outdoor
Divino Enoteca Stylish Italian wine bar, bistro and restaurant in the bowels of the Old Town. Italian
Calistoga Well established Edinburgh restaurant specialising in food inspired by California. American
Leith Dockers Club Established in 1956, Leith Dockers Club is still largely run by dockers, but regularly hires out its premises for functions and events. Mixed Use
Danish Cultural Institute [Closed] The Danish Cultural Institute (Est. 1947) promotes cultural contacts and cooperation between Denmark and Great Britain. Government
Edinburgh University Library Edinburgh University Library is on the south side of George Square. The iconic modernist building, designed by Sir Basil Spence, and completed in 1965, was extensively redeveloped. Galleries 126
Juniper Green Parish Church Active Church of Scotland church serving communities of Juniper Green and Baberton Mains. Churches
Haymarket Pub and Restaurant "Opening after refurbishment on 7th July 2011, the new menu and kitchens at The Haymarket serve a wide range of delicious seasonal dishes, using high quality ingredients. Scottish
Edinburgh Dungeon Indoor gothic theme park, very near Waverley Station, that promises "500 years of Edinburgh's darkest and most gory history, 11 actor led shows and 2 scary rides&qu Visitor Attractions 52
The French Fancies Coffee, tea, cakes and recipes from a French childhood in this new home made delicatessen. French
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. Sport
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Creative workspace with 16 studios including three short let studios and two additional spaces for working on long and short term projects. Galleries
Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway Working passenger steam trainline, not far from Edinburgh, that is run by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society. Since Bo'ness station opened in 1981, the line has been gradually extended and... Visitor Attractions
Holyrood Park Education Centre Educational facility and home of the Historic Scotland Ranger service. Education
Risk Factory The Risk Factory is an interactive safety centre that manufactures everyday risks in a safe environment with the goal of teaching people (Primary 7 children, cub scouts, adults with special needs) Education
The Mews Conveniently located in the centre of Edinburgh, the building dates back to the 18th century and was redeveloped in 2009. It now boasts a sympathetic fusion of the original historic building with an... Conference
Teuchters Landing Formerly the popular Waterfront Bar and Grill, this cosy bar on the edge of the Leith's waterfront provides vegetarian and non-veggie comfort food served in large and small mugs. Vegetarian
The Roseleaf Formerly the Black Swan, the Roseleaf pub, or bar/cafe as it prefers to bill itself, is a quirky Leith bar where the cocktails are served in mismatched china tea sets. Vegetarian