One of Edinburgh's most innovative and popular galleries, the Fruitmarket showcases contemporary Scottish and international artists, and...
City Art Centre
This art centre comprises six floors of exhibitions with a variety of themes, including an extensive collection of Scottish art.
Real Mary King's Close
Edinburgh's 18th-century City Chambers were built over the sealed-off remains of Mary King's Close, and the lower levels of this...
With outdoor tables on sunny afternoons and cosy candlelit intimacy in the evenings, this comfortably cramped Tuscan-style wine bar...
One of Edinburgh’s favourite eateries, this 1st-floor bistro (entrance stairs to the right of the Doric Bar) is handy for both Princes...
31 Market St · interesting places nearby
Edinburgh Dungeon information
This manufactured attraction combines gruesome tableaux of torture and degradation with live actors who perform scary little sketches along the way. There’s also a ‘horror labyrinth’, a creepy mirror maze inhabited by the ghost of a little drummer boy. Mildly amusing in a large group, mildly embarrassing in a small one and genuinely terrifying for small children. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult; not recommended for kids under eight.
Opening hours vary; check the website for details.