National Archives of Scotland
You will need to ask for a reader’s ticket (free) – bring some form of ID. Use of the Historical Search Room is free and is first come,...
One of Edinburgh's most innovative and popular galleries, the Fruitmarket showcases contemporary Scottish and international artists, and...
City Art Centre
Across the street from the Fruitmarket Gallery, this art centre comprises six floors of exhibitions with a variety of themes, including...
Located next door to the Cafe Royal Circle Bar, the Guildford is another classic Victorian pub full of polished mahogany, brass and...
This is the stylish and sophisticated chatelaine of Edinburgh’s city-centre restaurants, all gold-and-velvet elegance with a Michelin...
Hadrian’s Brasserie information
Lonely Planet review
The brasserie at the Balmoral Hotel has a 1930s feel, with pale-green walls, dark-wood furniture, and waiters with white aprons and black waistcoats. The menu at Hadrian’s includes posh versions of popular dishes such as asparagus with rocket and parmesan, haggis with whisky sauce, game terrine with Cumberland jelly, and rib-eye steak with bearnaise sauce.