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 Venue Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Arthur Conan Doyle Centre Home of the Edinburgh Association of Spiritualists in an elegant Victorian townhouse. Conference 290
Edinburgh Gallery Small, contemporary art gallery in Edinburgh's New Town. Galleries 299
Underbelly Med Quad Between George Square and Teviot Place, site of Underbelly's Cow Barn, Ermintrude, Buttercup, Daisy and Clover. Theatre, musicals, comedy, cabaret and family shows early til late. Only at the Fringe 302
Village Hotel Edinburgh Contemporary hotel, a little out of the city centre, near Crewe Toll roundabout in the North West of the city. Accommodation
Lush Spa Edinburgh New Town spa with British country cottage theme with kitchen, living room area, and three treatment rooms. Free music and massage combined during the Fringe. Shops 314
The Place Four-star boutique townhouse hotel in A-listed Georgian terrace in Edinburgh's New Town, beside tram terminus at St Andrew Square. Accommodation 319
Pleasance Pop-Up: The Club Vibrant club and party venue by Waverley Station specialising in live music, gig nights, karaoke and cabaret. Big Tops & Pop-up venues 320
The Robin Chapel Chapel built in 1950 at the centre of a housing complex, The Thistle Foundation, in the south east of Edinburgh. Spiritual Centre 321
E.D.S. Gallery Contemporary art gallery attached to The Edinburgh Drawing School Ltd, a private art school for adults and children over 8 years. Galleries 396
Yes Cafe Meeting place, cafe, with small exhibition space formed by volunteers following the Scottish Referendum. The organisation wants to see "a fairer, healthier and more prosperous Scotland". Restaurants
Royal College of Surgeons Home of one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world, formally founded in 1505, with roots stretching back to the 1400s. Conference 326
Edinburgh Gin Distillery Small batch Edinburgh distillery with gin cocktail bar, located beneath the stairs at 1a Rutland Place, just off Princes Street. Pubs
Moriarty Bar Lothian Road bar with Sherlock Holmes themed upstairs (hence the name) focusing on craft beers, world lagers and malt whisky. Free Fringe: Laughing Horse 332
Bourbon Bar New Town cocktail bar and nightclub, opening in 2016, with room for 800 and a late licence (12 noon til 3am). Pan Asian street food on site from Ninja Kitchen. Free Fringe: PBH 333
The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant The restaurant at the Scottish National Gallery on the Mound overlooking Princes Street Garden. Run by the Contini family. Among other events hosts Winter and Summer ceilidh dinners. Restaurants
Stramash 900-capacity live music venue with 3 bars with a stage for live gigs or a very large TV screen streaming live sports. Nightclubs 342
The Whole Works Complementary therapy and counselling centre in Edinburgh's Old Town. Health
University of Edinburgh Business School The University of Edinburgh Business Schools offers undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programmes in business and management and provides a platform for research, discussion and debat Edinburgh University 345
Téte-a-Téte Foto Studio Offers photographic walking tours of Edinburgh. 348
Healthy Life Centre Shop selling alternative health and wellness services. Health 349