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 Edinburgh Fringe Venue
St Ninian's Church Small, active church, built in 1921, with a community used church hall in Comely Bank area. Theatres 230
St Patrick's Church An impressive Catholic church just off the High Street, St Patrick's offers itself as a rest space and venue during the Fringe. Spiritual Centre 408
St Paul's and St George's Church St Paul's & St George's is a Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church with a congregation from across the city. Conference
St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church can be found off South Clerk Street and near to Queen's Hall. Spiritual Centre 58
St Vincent's Chapel Small Scottish Episcopal church in Edinburgh's Stockbridge area, on the border of the Georgian New Town, at the junction of St Stephen Street and St Vincent Street. Live Music 197
St Andrews House and Old Town
St. Andrew's House St Andrew's House is the H.Q. of the Scottish Government, found East of Princes Street under Calton Hill. Government
St. Bernard`s Well
St. Bernard's Well The few visitors that jump the shut iron gate into St. Bernard's Well are usually imbibing something stronger than the legendry mineral water sourced from this area over the centuries. Visitor Attractions
St. Cecilia's Hall A museum and ancient, purpose-built concert hall that has become a destination for anyone fascinated by 18th century music and historical instruments in Scotland. Edinburgh University 77
St. James Shopping The St James Shopping Centre is an early North American style shopping mall at the East end of Princes Street and top of Leith Walk. It is opposite the Vue Omni Cinema, by the busy Leith St road and... Shops
St. Marys Church Medieval church in the small town of Haddington 20 miles East of Edinburgh. Churches
Stac Polly One of Edinburgh’s original restaurants providing interpretations of modern and traditional Scottish cuisine using locally sourced produce. Scottish
The Stand
Stand Comedy Club, The Edinburgh's all year round comedy club can be found in a basement bar just off St. Andrew Square. Comedy Club 5
Stand in the Square The Stand comedy club spreads out from its York Place home with a camp in August in St Andrew Square for the duration of the Fringe. Big Tops & Pop-up venues
Star Sea Chinese restaurant providing takeaways within a 15 mile radius in the city. Takeaway
State Cinema Disused 1,650 capacity cinema with stadium type auditorium in the heart of Leith. The venue opened in 1938 as a multi-use leisure centre and was home to shops, a bowling alley and billiard halls. Churches
Greyfriars Bobby statue profile shot
Statue of Greyfriar's Bobby Not so much a destination - unless you are meeting here for a walking tour - but the statue of the famous, little scottie dog remains a popular spot for a photo op. Visitor Attractions 356
Stewart Brewing Craft ale brewery situated just south of the Edinburgh bypass near Ikea and Pentland Hills Regional Park. Visitor Attractions
Stills: Centre for Photography As the name of the gallery suggests the focus is on art photography. Galleries 275
Stirling Castle front
Stirling Castle One of Scotland's most spectacular castles, steeped in history of the Scottish people. William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots passed this way once. Visitor Attractions
Stockbridge House Community centre situated off Raeburn Place, which is used by a variety of community groups for dance lessons, ceilidh dances, yoga groups, and suchlike. Live Music