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.
Gothic kirk down a small close just off the Royal Mile, now run by Edinburgh city council.
The Apse has impressive vaulted ceilings.
The Assembly Hall is in the neo-gothic building situated directly East of Edinburgh Castle. With twin turrets forking above the skyline it is clearly visible as you climb up the Mound.
A 19th century gothic style church building – still in use today, every Sunday for morning (11:00) and evening (17:30) worship services.
Chapel built in 1950 at the centre of a housing complex, The Thistle Foundation, in the south east of Edinburgh.
Church of Scotland church in Leith. Weekly services, Sunday club and community events and concerts.
Oldest active Scottish Episcopal church whose activities range from church services to live classical music concerts, feeding and sheltering the homeless.
St Giles' is the huge, imposing cathedral that is situated on the Royal Mile, beside Parliament Square. The cathedral has always played an important role in the religious and political development of the nation and retains a central role in state occasions, public celebrations (Christmas carol services. It is open daily, with free guided tours and concerts during the Festival Fringe in August).
No longer used for Sunday services, the towering Stockbridge Church was bought by the Benzies Foundation from the Church of Scotland on 27th June 2014, with plans to ensure long term community use and
Part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, St Michael and All Saints offers regular services throughout the week.