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
Black Medicine Basement Cosy basement in central, established coffee shop. Access from street level down stone steps Restaurants 503
Craigmillar Library Edinburgh City Council run community library. Libraries & Archives 504
The Blue Easel Gallery Gallery by the sea belonging to artists Ruth Farquhar and Jennifer Thomson. Galleries 507
Lochrin Belle A canal boat carrying up to 35 passengers that plies the Union canal. Conference 508
99 Hanover Street New Town cocktail bar in a former bank - armchairs, chaises and DJs. Pubs 509
Monkey Barrel Comedy Alternative comedy club near Royal Mile and Cowgate that operates 7 nights a week. Food available if you pre-order. Specials for group bookings. Comedy Club 515
Forage & Chatter Forage & Chatter is a new restaurant concept which opened in Edinburgh’s West End in mid-November. Scottish
Heriot's Rugby Club The home of Heriot’s Rugby Club, founded in 1890, at Goldenacre. Sport
Edinburgh's Hogmanay Ticket Office Edinburgh's Hogmanay, now managed by Underbelly, moves its box office from the Fringe Shop on the High Street to East George Street - just opposite the Dome bar. Shops
Trinity Apse Gothic kirk down a small close just off the Royal Mile, now run by Edinburgh city council. The Apse has impressive vaulted ceilings. Churches
Eden's Kitchen Bistro specialising in food that is seasonal and locally sourced, which is GMO free and organic. Restaurants
Gallery-Close Gallery-Close is Scotland's only privately managed photography gallery. Galleries
Aberdeen Arts Centre A receiving theatre in Aberdeen, playing host to local and national, professional and amateur companies, who perform Musical Theatre, Dance, Music, Comedy and Drama. Theatres
Edinburgh College One of the four campuses for the Edinburgh College's 19,000 students. Also, used for special events. Education
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
Dugald Stewart Building Modern 7-story campus building on Edinburgh University's southside campus that was built in 2007. Conference
Piccolo
Piccolo One of several marquees that pop up at festival time in George Square Gardens - hosting shows by Assembly Festival at the Fringe and the Edinburgh Jazz Festival. Big Tops & Pop-up venues
The Palais at George Square Garden
Spiegeltent Palais du Variété One of the vintage cabaret tents (the other being Piccolo) run by Assembly Festival during the Edinburgh Fringe in August and location of Big Tops & Pop-up venues
Pizza Posto Inexpensive, modern pizza place on two floors, located directly opposite the Festival Theatre. Italian
Bungy Dome
Bubbleparc Bubbleparc is a micro entertainment site that pops up in Edinburgh's centre over the summer months. Big Tops & Pop-up venues