Greyfriars Bobby Statue
Probably the most popular photo opportunity in Edinburgh, the life-size statue of Greyfriars Bobby, a Skye terrier who captured the...
One of Edinburgh's most famous churches, Greyfriars Kirk was built on the site of a Franciscan friary and opened for worship on...
National Museum of Scotland
Broad, elegant Chambers St is dominated by the long facade of the National Museum of Scotland. Its extensive collections are spread...
The Bedlam hosts a long-established (more than 25 years) weekly improvisation slot, the Improverts, which is hugely popular with local...
This is the cafe where JK Rowling famously wrote in the days before Harry Potter was published, and boy, is it cashing in on the...
National Museum of Scotland, Chambers St · interesting places nearby
Chic and sleek, with a great view of the castle, Tower is perched in a turret atop the National Museum of Scotland building. A star-studded guest list of celebrities has enjoyed its menu of quality Scottish food, simply prepared – try half a dozen oysters followed by roast loin of venison. Afternoon tea (£20) is served from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.