Edinburgh City Council venues

A museum on the historic Royal Mile dedicated to Edinburgh's working class people from the 18th century to the late 20th century.

Edinburgh's largest recycling centre, located between Portobello Beach and Leith Docks.

The Museum of Childhood is a small, free museum on Edinburgh's Royal Mile aimed at adults and children.

This elegant 18th century building, situated in Edinburgh's New Town, is a mixed use venue owned and managed by Edi

The City Art Centre is a bright modern space in a former warehouse next to Waverley Station. Houses one of the most extensive collections of Scottish art, including artists from the Edinburgh School. Temporary exhibitions are often of a more populist tone, accessible and interactive.

Tucked away in Lady Stairs Close, up a narrow staircase entered half-way up the Mound, in Edinburgh Old Town, you will find the Edinburgh Writers' Museum.

Edinburgh's premier concert hall with a capacity of 2,200 people.

The Museum of Edinburgh is a series of interconnected 16th and 17th century buildings situated on the Royal Mile in the heart of

The Nelson Monument on Calton Hill was built between 1807 and 1816 to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

Lauriston Castle is set in 30 acres of parkland and formal gardens with spectacular views overlooking the Firth of Forth.