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Sport, health & fitness
Housed in an elaborate building that dates back to 1901, the old Portobello Baths have had a couple of facelifts in their century-plus lifespan. A Lottery...
The Royal Botanic Garden has delighted both plant-lovers and casual strollers for almost two centuries. Edinburgh's most peaceful tourist attraction, it's...
The Royal Museum is in the throes of a Herculean reinvention (due to finish in 2011) and now forms part of the National Museum of Scotland. The beautifully...
With its seashore location, state-of-the-art cameras and live-feed webcams, this is a great place to view seabirds. You can also book Sea.fari trips out...
The refurbished former Netherbow Arts Centre now serves as a home for storytelling, arguably Scotland's one indigenous art form. The venue presents regular...
43-45 High Street
Seafari runs popular one-hour jaunts around the Forth from Newhaven on an 11-metre rigid inflatable boat (RIB); waterproofs are provided for passengers....
Sailings from Newhaven Harbour
Seesaw sells wooden toys that don't bleep or light up. There are also selections of soft toys, mobiles and rattles for the youngest babies, plus washable...
109 Broughton Street
Edinburgh's newest play centre has an Egyptian theme, and is a dream location for any children into mummies, crocodiles, pyramids and the like. The centre...
Unit 5, Catalyst Trade Park
All of the leading toy brands (Playmobil, Brio et al) are sold here, as are specialist lines from the likes of Steiff Bears and Alberon Dolls.
193 Morningside Road
Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés
Still the most celebrated delicatessen in Scotland, Valvona & Crolla also encompasses this simple and tasteful space at the rear of the shop, a converted...
19 Elm Row
Wonderland stocks a huge range of craft, model, and toy paraphernalia, including Scalextric, Meccano, model figures (Breyer, Papo, Schleich, King &...
97 & 101 Lothian Road