City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Sing For Smiles Vocal School Sing For Smiles Vocal School is a new school for anybody who enjoys singing or would like to learn to sing. We offer a wide variety of classes and tuition for ages 5-105!
St Ninian's Church Small, active church, built in 1921, with a community used church hall in Comely Bank area. 230
Seafield Community Recycling Centre As well as recycling centre for all manner of things, the Waste Education cabin at Edinburgh's largest recycling centre is also a community centre of sorts with educational activities at its waste
Sweet Melindas Marchmont based restaurant specialising in seafood dishes along with seasonal game and poultry.
Shilla Korean Restaurant Taking its names from an ancient Asian dynasty, Shilla provides a unique take on contemporary and traditional Korean cuisine. The New Town restaurant, opened in 2009, has four separate rooms.
Scotch Malt Whisky - The Vaults The traditional home of the whisky imbibing connoisseurs of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.
Scottish Seabird Centre Modern wildlife observation and educational building on a rocky outcrop overlooking the windswept, sandy beaches of North Berwick. The charity has interactive cameras, boat trips to nearby island...
Shiatsu Centre For Holistic Wellbeing Alternative health centre offering shiatsu, homeopathy, yoga, chi gung, and the like. Open 7am til late during the Fringe.
Scottish Book Trust Agency for the promotion of literature, reading and writing, including grants for new authors and bookshare schemes for children and young people.
Symposium Hall Symposium Hall is one of the buildings at the Royal College of Surgeons complex, behind the Playfair building (distinguished by its neo-classical pill 43
Sin Club and Lounge One of the many Cowgate late night haunts, Sin is an 800 capacity Club and Lounge in renovated old town church.
St Mary's Cathedral far shot
St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral The Roman Catholic, metropolitan cathedral in Edinburgh, an impressive building at the top of Leith Walk.
Edinburgh City Chambers
Stone of Remembrance The Stone of Remembrance is a war memorial at the entrance to City Chambers. It is a light-coloured block, with the words on it "THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE."
St. Bernard`s Well
St. Bernard's Well The few visitors that jump the shut iron gate into St. Bernard's Well are usually imbibing something stronger than the legendry mineral water sourced from this area over the centuries.
Saughtonhall United Reformed Church Saughtonhall Church was formed in 1929 and is a local community based church, part of the UK wide United Reformed Church. Has an active drama group. 273
Sneaky Pete's One room club 90 capacity live music and nightclub venue down in the Cowgate. 437
Scotland Yard
Scotland Yard Park Quiet, leafy, residential park in New Town area and near Broughton.
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Signet Library The historic Signet Library, in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, has such an elegant interior with its barrelled ceiling, cupola, corint
St. Marys Church Medieval church in the small town of Haddington 20 miles East of Edinburgh.
The Last Hutch
Scottish Mining Museum The Edinburgh area used to be dotted with coal mines. Many of these were shut down in the era of Margaret Thatcher following the longest-strike - the miners's strike - in UK history.