This public park was originally common grazing land, but is more famous as the birthplace of modern golf. Although St Andrews has the...
This neoclassical building dating from 1816 was the headquarters of the Incorporation of Masters and Mariners (founded in 1380), the...
The most attractive part of Leith is the cobbled waterfront street alongside the Water of Leith, lined with pubs and restaurants. Before...
This is a good, old-fashioned, friendly local boozer, swathed with flags and cap bands left behind by visiting sailors – Leith docks are...
OK, the authenticity may be questionable but a Mongolian barbecue certainly makes a change from curry or pizza. Choose from a buffet of...
10 Pattison St · interesting places nearby
Georgian Antiques information
This place has the largest selection of antiques in Scotland, with three floors of Victorian and Edwardian furniture, clocks, brass, porcelain, mirrors, light fittings and paintings.