The friendly and helpful folk here rent out top-quality bikes; rates include helmet, lock and repair kit. You can hire tents and touring...
Museum of Childhood
Halfway down the Royal Mile is 'the noisiest museum in the world'. Often filled with the chatter of excited children, it covers serious...
The imposing Georgian City Chambers, home to the City of Edinburgh Council, was originally built by John Adam (brother of Robert)...
This crowded cellar bar, just off the Royal Mile, has live music every night till 3am, from rock and blues to folk and jazz. Open-mic...
The delicious aroma of garlic bread wafting into the street will guide you into this snug haven of wisecracking waiters and hearty...
cnr High St & South Bridge · interesting places nearby
Tron Kirk information
Built in 1637 and taking its name from the tron, or public weighbridge, that once stood on the site, this church is famous for its magnificent oak hammer-beam roof, which rivals that in the Great Hall at Edinburgh Castle. There are long-term plans to transform it into a visitor centre celebrating Scotland's Unesco World Heritage sites, but meanwhile it houses a colourful flea market complete with pizza stall and occasional live entertainment.