City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh venues


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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
City Art Centre, Edinburgh
City Art Centre The City Art Centre is a bright modern space in a former warehouse next to Waverley Station. Houses one of the most extensive collections of Scottish art, including artists from the Edinburgh School... Galleries
City Cafe Under new management in 2010, the City Cafe has taken on a Fifties American diner theme complete with jukebox and kids' activities. Open late. Free Fringe: Laughing Horse 85
Observatory with shadows of acropolis
City Observatory The City Observatory on Calton Hill was main centre for astronomers until 1896 when it was decided to move to Blackford, due to light pollution Visitor Attractions
City of Edinburgh Council H.Q. One of the newest buildings in Edinburgh Old Town, the City of Edinburgh Council's nerve centre is in a former car park overlooking Waverley Station. Government
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
City of Edinburgh Music School Council-run, specialist music school attached to Broughton High School offering classical teaching as well as rock, jazz and traditional Scottish music. Live Music
Clifton Hall School Independent Nursery, Junior and Senior School, situated in 47-acre rural setting a mile and a half south west of Newbridge to Edinburgh's west. Education
Coburg House Art Studios Artists studios with gallery space in a warehouse with art deco frontage in Leith. Galleries 69
Cockburn Association The Cockburn Association (Edinburgh Civic Trust) is one of the world's oldest architectural conservation and urban planning monitoring organisations. Charity
Cockenzie Power Station Cockenzie Power Station opened in 1968. Demolished at 12 noon 26th September 2015.
Coco on Broughton High quality chocolate heaven has arrived to tempt  Broughton Village! Cafes
Codebase CodeBase is the UK’s largest start-up incubator, home to more than 90 technology companies. Only at the Fringe 318
Coffee Angel Friendly,  relaxed cafe offering soups, on-site sandwiches, cakes, and selling award winning teas and fair trade coffees.  Local ingredients are sourced where possible. Cafes
Collective Gallery The Collective runs a programme of visual art exhibitions, projects and commissions. Galleries
Columcille Centre Located in an old church building, the Columcille Centre operates as a community center and event space throughout the year and during the Fr Live Music 336
Consulate General of Japan Japanese consulate serving Scotland and North of England, providing public information about Japan, cultural exchange events, consular services to Japanese people, and support to Japanese companies. Government
Walk in the woods
Corstorphine Hill Corstorphine Hill is a public park and nature reserve to the West of Edinburgh, on the road to Glasgow. It's often considered one of Edinburgh's "Seven Hills". Outdoor
Corstorphine Hill Tower (angled)
Corstorphine Hill Tower Corstorphine Hill Tower, also known as Clermiston Tower or the Scott Tower, is a suitably dramatic memorial (watch video) to celebrated Scottish auth Visitor Attractions
Corstorphine Youth and Community Centre Local community centre. Mixed Use
Côte Brasserie Côte Brasserie Edinburgh is inspired by the brasseries of Paris, championing relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from great quality, fresh ingredients. Restaurants