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
John Lewis
John Lewis John Lewis is Scotland's largest department store, situated in the St James Shopping Centre at the top of Leith Walk. Shops
The Quad
Talbot Rice Gallery The Talbot Rice is a University of Edinburgh owned gallery. Edinburgh University
Critical Mass at Dynamic Earth
Dynamic Earth With its expansive, white marquee design, Dynamic Earth is a rather large, incongruous-looking structure at the edge of the Edinburgh Old Town, near the Scottish Parliament and Holyrood Palace and... Visitor Attractions
Fringe Central
Fringe Central Fringe Central is a hub for Fringe staff, those involved in putting on shows, and media covering the Fringe. Only at the Fringe
Edinburgh Farmers Market
Edinburgh Farmers' Market The Edinburgh Farmer's market at Castle Terrace takes place every Saturday from 9am-2pm, year round. Shops
Dragonfly Cocktail Bar Minimalist cocktail lounge offering free comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. Open to 3am during the festival. Pubs
Fettes College
Fettes College One of a number of Edinburgh's boarding schools, David Bryce's neo-Gothic chateau building is distinguished by its tall spires and gargoyles, surrounded by large grounds and boarding houses. Education
Doggerfisher
Doggerfisher Contemporary art from Scottish and international artists, just at the corner of Gayfield Square Garden Galleries
City of Edinburgh Methodist Church Formerly known as 'Nicolson Square Methodist Church', four congregations joined together to create the current church in 19th century building on a corner of this small green square. Churches
Scott Monument, Princes Street Garden East
Scott Monument The Scott monument is a brooding, 200-foot (61m), Gothic spire which opened in 1846 in honour of the prolific local novelist Walter Scott. It has been called "the largest monument to a writer in the... Visitor Attractions
Valvona & Crolla A foodie's delight, this gourmet deli/shop/cafe-bar specializes in Italian food and wine, and has been part of Edinburgh's food landscape since 1934. Restaurants
St Michael and All Saints Church Part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, St Michael and All Saints offers regular services throughout the week. Churches
Edinburgh City Chambers Entrance
Edinburgh City Chambers This is where the City of Edinburgh Council conducts much of its business. In particular, members of the public can attend most meetings of the Council, Committees and Sub-Committees. Visitor Attractions
Riddles Court Edinburgh Old Town, "A' listed courtyard which dates back to 1587 and was the former residence of renowned Edinburgh Enlightenment philospher David Hume in the mid-eighteenth century. Education
Virgin arches on the Royal Mile
High Street, Cockburn Street to George IV Bridge Every August, during the Edinburgh Fringe, the area around the Fringe Only at the Fringe
Blackhall St Columba's Parish Church Hall Just off Queensferry Road on Columba Road, the church offers regular services as part of the Church of Scotland. Spiritual Centre
Makars' Courtyard, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Writers' Museum Tucked away in Lady Stairs Close, up a narrow staircase entered half-way up the Mound, in Edinburgh Old Town, you will find the Edinburgh Writers' Museum. Visitor Attractions
St Mark's Church Found at the foot of Edinburgh Castle near the west end of Princes Street, St Mark's is a meeting place for Edinburgh Unitarians ("a church based community with a liberal approach to spiritual Spiritual Centre
Gorgie Parish Church Part of the Church of Scotland, Gorgie Parish Church conducts weekly services and also operates as a venue during the Fringe. Spiritual Centre
St Andrew Blackadder Church Located in North Berwick, offers services as part of the Church of Scotland.  Has served as a concert venue and seaside escape during Churches