City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Photo Edinburgh Venue Venue Description Image Edinburgh Fringe Venue
South Leith Parish Church A church with centuries of heritage - the church was established in 1483 - but its roots can be traced back 1300 years ago with the coming to Scotland of St Triduana. Leith being a busy Templa
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
St Patrick's Church An impressive Catholic church just off the High Street, St Patrick's offers itself as a rest space and venue during the Fringe. 408
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 spirituality"). 125
Scotch Malt Whisky Society 28 Queen Street is an impressive four-storey Georgian building, comprising a suite of modern and elegant rooms, open to members of the whisky imbibing society and non-member alike. 182
St Michael and All Saints Church Part of the Scottish Episcopal Church, St Michael and All Saints offers regular services throughout the week. 95
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... 255
St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church can be found off South Clerk Street and near to Queen's Hall. 58
Scottish Poetry Library The Scottish Poetry Library is one of three poetry libraries in the UK, but the only one to be independently housed. 167
St. John's Church, Princes Street
St John's Church, Princes Street Tall Scottish Episcopal (Anglican) church at the corner of Princes Street and Lothian Road. 127
St. James Shopping The St James Shopping Centre is an early North American style shopping mall at the East end of Princes Street and top of Leith Walk. It is opposite the Vue Omni Cinema, by the busy Leith St road and...
Scottish Parliament Building
Scottish Parliament "The Scottish parliament, adjourned on the 25th day of March, 1707, is hereby reconvened."
St. Cecilia's Hall A museum and ancient, purpose-built concert hall that has become a destination for anyone fascinated by 18th century music and historical instruments in Scotland. 77
Scotch Whisky Experience Whisky themed visitor centre, with a five-star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board, that offers a tour through 300 years of whisky history.
St. Andrew Square Gardens
St Andrew Square St Andrew Square is one of the most prestigious locations in Edinburgh New Town.
Studio 24 (Closed) Indie music nightclub and live gig venue that has deep roots in Edinburgh. A little off-the-beaten path down in Calton.
Smash Club Edinburgh Recently re-opened under the Smash Brand with live gigs and a nightclub playing a variety of music. The location has been a long-standing nightlife venue, previously as the Citrus Club. 174
Stockbridge Parish Church
Stockbridge Parish Church A classic Church of Scotland parish church, dating back to 1823, in the old village of Stockbridge with small domed steeple. 317
St. Stephen's Church
Saint Stephen's Stockbridge 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
St George's West Church Built in 1869 as St George's Free Church, it became St George's West Church of Scotland parish church in 1929.