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Museums, Galleries and Resources

 National Museum of Scotland

National Museum of Scotland

The National Museum of Scotland is one of the Top 10 UK visitor attractions, and in the Top 20 of the most visited museums and galleries in the world.

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Fine Art, Antique & Jewellery Auctions

Lyon & Turnbull

The Lyon & Turnbull team provide professional auction and valuation services for fine art, antiques & jewellery. Our specialists are our greatest asset, make them your greatest asset too.

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 Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is a world famous icon of Scotland and part of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site.

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Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Scottish Gallery of Modern Art

The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art. It is home to a fantastic sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy.

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National Archives of Scotland

National Archives of Scotland

Discovering your ancestor’s profession can provide a deeper insight into their lives and  describes a few of the more common occupations that you might come across in census returns or family documents.

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Ramsay Cornish Auctioneers and Valuers

Ramsay Cornish Auctioneers and Valuers

We pride ourselves on providing a personal service, always putting our clients’ interests first, valuing confidential, discreet and reliable service.

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Murrayfield Stadium

Murrayfield Stadium

Murrayfield Stadium is one of the finest stadiums in the UK, seated capacity of 67,800 (the largest in Scotland) and is the home of Scottish rugby.

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Mansfield Traquair

Mansfield Traquair

The place where dreams come true is Mansfield Traquair.  A spectacular exclusive use venue for weddings, parties and corporate events,  Edinburgh’s ‘Sistine Chapel’ is simply extraordinary.

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Broughton Street

Broughton Street

Where to go in Edinburgh for the festival shopping eating drinking sleeping, the best bars clubs restaurants and shops all in Broughton Street.

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Tours

Timberbush Tours

Timberbush Tours

Our experienced, knowledgeable and friendly Driver-Guides will take you on a journey of discovery through Scotland’s most scenic glens, lochs and mountains.

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City Sightseeing Tours

City Sightseeing Tours

Discover all the great things to do and see in Edinburgh and what better way to see this fantastic city than from the top of a City Sightseeing Tour Bus.

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Free Tour of Edinburgh

Free Tour of Edinburgh

Home of the Famous Edinburgh Walking Free Tour with some of the best guides in the business. Take a tour and find out why people love our tours.

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Broughton Bars / Pubs / Restaurants / Clubs

The Broughton area  is the heart of the Gay Club/Bars night-life and is known as Edinburgh’s Pink Triangle and has a good variety of gay/bi/transgender and gay friendly bars, pubs and clubs.

The Cask and Barrel

The Cask and Barrel

This traditional Scottish pub is very popular due to the wide selection of fine real ales, malt whiskies and extensive premier bottled beers it sells. Food selection is limited to toasts and traditional pies.

The Phoenix Bar

The Phoenix Bar

Open very early till very late (3 am!) with great prices and biggest TV screen to  watch the sport on and overall quite earthy. Offers a selection of live music and is home to a wealth of local characters.

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The Olive Bar Bistro

The Olive Bar Bistro

Located on the corner of Broughton Street and Broughton Place, on the edge of the New Town is the Olive Branch Bistro. With its large windows and relaxed atmosphere it’s the perfect place to enjoy great food as you watch Edinburgh go by.

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Chalkies

Chalkies

Edinburgh’s (and maybe Scotland’s)  favourite gay-friendly venue.  This late-night bar and dance club attracts a fun, mixed crowd with drag shows and friendly vibe.

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Mathers bar

Mathers bar

Old style Scottish pub that stocks over 80 different whiskeys that also serves fine bar food throughout the day, all live football & rugby matches shown on large plasma TVs they have Karaoke every Friday night.

L’escargot bleu

L’escargot bleu

56 Broughton Street has been home to L’escargot bleu since 2009. We offer a unique collaboration of characteristically French food made with the finest Scottish, seasonal larder from a host of top quality local suppliers.

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The Basement bar / Restaurant

The Basement bar / Restaurant

This fine establishment is a firm favourite with the young and trendy set of Edinburgh although frequented by all ages groups. Very busy most days and nights serving a variety of dishes from contemporary European to traditional Mexican (My daughters rate it!)

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THE STREET

The Street

The Street is a venue over two floors, for eating, drinking & dancing with outdoor heated smoking areas on both levels. We are open until 1am daily (and now 3am at the weekend)

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The Barony Bar

Another typical Scottish bar that has live folk/rock music on Sundays and is listed in the British good pub guide with its unique interior and history. Offers good pub grub it is worth a visit.

The Magnum Restaurant and Bar

The Magnum Restaurant and Bar

The Magnum offers a relaxed dining experience with friendly and professional service at its core helping to create atmosphere unparalleled throughout Edinburgh. Good food, Good wine, Good times.

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Bar Treacle

Bar Treacle

Treacle at the top of Broughton Street, is one of the latest and trendiest bar/restaurants in the area where many of the local football and rugby players, celebrities and the who’s who of Edinburgh come to drink.

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Pickles

Pickles

A charming and relaxing retreat in the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant Broughton Street area.  Nestling beneath L’Escargot Bleu it’s an ideal place to relax and take it easy.

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