Historic Environment Scotland is a non-departmental government body responsible for the marketing, conservation, and interpretation of Scotland's b
Government offices and consulates
Alongside St Giles, off the Royal Mile, this is home to Scotland's Supreme Courts and one of the oldest venues in the city.
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.
The RCAHMS was amalgamated with Historic Scotland in 2015.
National archive located at the East of Princes Street, around the corner from Robert Adam's landmark Genera
St Andrew's House is the H.Q. of the Scottish Government, found East of Princes Street under Calton Hill.
The Danish Cultural Institute (Est. 1947) promotes cultural contacts and cooperation between Denmark and Great Britain.
The City of Edinburgh Council's nerve centre at Waverley Court is in a former car park overlooking Waverley Station
The familiar green-domed building on the West side of Charlotte Square is one of the main buildings used by the National Records of Scotland.
"The Scottish parliament, adjourned on the 25th day of March, 1707, is hereby reconvened."