Ainslie Park Stadium
Home of Spartans FC.
Part of The University of Edinburgh
One of Edinburghs favourite nightlife venues
Basement at The Rose Theatre
Self-contained venue with its own street entrance from Rose Street South Lane and its own bar.
BT Murrayfield Stadium
Home of the Scottish Rugby Union & Scotlands Largest sports stadium
Camera Obscura and World of Illusions
Camera Obscura and World of Illusions is a major tourist attraction in the Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland
DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh
Located in the very heart of the city in an A-listed building from 1892, which has remarkable resemblance with the Flat Iron in New York
Easter Road Stadium
Home ground of Scottish Premiership club Hibernian. The stadium currently has an all-seated capacity of 20,421, which makes it the fifth-largest football stadium in Scotland.
Located on Nicolson Street in Edinburgh and used primarily for performances of opera and ballet, large-scale musical events, and touring groups.
Ainslie Park Stadium
Ainslie Park is a football stadium located in Edinburgh, Scotland, which is the home ground of Lowland Football League club Spartans. From the 2017–18 season, Scottish League Two club Edinburgh City will also play at the ground while Meadowbank Stadium is being redeveloped.
Appleton Tower is the centrepiece of the University of Edinburgh’s George Square Complex and offers five state-of-the-art lecture theatres, each seating 200 to 300 delegates, plus a teaching studio, seminar spaces and an extensive concourse area.
The Appleton Tower concourse space is particularly suited to exhibitions and poster displays, making this Edinburgh First venue ideal for lectures and presentations or as a breakout space for events held elsewhere in the George Square area
ATIK is a brand new late-night clubbing experience for the people of Edinburgh, boasting an unbelievable atmosphere, amazing sound quality, astonishing lighting and the best DJs in the area.
ATIK is a 1214 capacity venue and Edinburgh’s No.1 nightclub and party venue.
Basement at Rose Theatre
The second largest space at The Rose Theatre, a versatile underground space perfect for music and cabaret shows with a small bar at the back of the room. With a stage area of 5m by 4m with a low ceiling height of only 2m above the stage.
Capacity: 120 seats
Accessibility: Please be aware this venue can only be accessed by 12 stairs down.
BT Murrayfield Stadium has a seated capacity of 67,144 (the largest in Scotland) and is the home of Scottish rugby.
Outside of Rugby Union, BT Murrayfield has also welcomed many famous musicians, groups and, in 1982, the Pope. The musicians who have graced our stage include One Direction, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Robbie Williams, Madonna and, on two occasions, the Rolling Stones.
Camera Obscura & World of Illusions
Camera Obscura & World of Illusions is the oldest purpose built visitor attraction in Edinburgh, delighting and intriguing people for over 150 years. An Aladdin’s cave filled with illusions, tricks, puzzles, hands-on experiences, unbelievable effects and the best rooftop views of the city. Discover why Camera Obscura is well known as one of the top attractions in Edinburgh.
DoubleTree by Hilton (Bread Street)
Located within walking distance from both Waverly and Haymarket train stations and just 30 minutes from Edinburgh Airport. As our guest, you enjoy proximity to major attractions including Edinburgh Castle, shopping on Princes Street, the charming Old Town, Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament
Easter Road Stadium
Easter Road has been the home of Hibs (Hibernian Football Club) since 1893, the year that the ground opened its doors for the first time. The attendance record of 65,860, set when Hearts came to play there in 1950, remains the record for any Scottish football match not held in Glasgow.
The stadium has developed a number of quirks and personality traits over the years, most notably the pronounced slope of the pitch that existed until it was removed at the turn of the new millennium. Life at Easter Road for Hibernian got under way on the 4th of February 1893 when they played a friendly match against Clyde.
The Edinburgh Festival Theatre (originally Empire Palace Theatre and later shortened to Empire Theatre) is a performing arts venue located on Nicolson Street in Edinburgh, Scotland used primarily for performances of opera and ballet, large-scale musical events, and touring groups. After its most recent renovation in 1994, it seats 1,915. It is one of the major venues of the annual summer Edinburgh International Festival and is the Edinburgh venue for the Scottish Opera and the Scottish Ballet.
Golden Hare Books
The Golden Hare was started by Mark Jones, a museum curator and art historian, with the initial plan of calling a children’s bookshop ‘The Golden Crocodile’. He commissioned his daughter Agnes, an artist-blacksmith, to create a mascot for the shop, and she returned with a gilded hare! Thankfully, he really liked it.
The Golden Hare first opened its doors in the summer of 2012 in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh’s Old Town. After over two wonderful years in this location, the shop moved to the community-oriented area of Stockbridge in the New Town area, where it’s happily been for nearly three years.