Constructed in 1886, Tynecastle Stadium is the eighth largest stadium in Scotland, and is home to the Heart of Midlothian ... More
Constructed in 1886, Tynecastle Stadium is the eighth largest stadium in Scotland, and is home to the Heart of Midlothian Football Club. Nicknamed "Tynie" by loyal Hearts fans, the stadium has undergone many repair projects over the years, the most recent being in 2005. International matches have been held at Tynecastle since the 1890s and the stadium has been used as a neutral venue for the Scottish Cup semi-finals.
Hidden away down a little closie just off the Royal Mile is one of Edinburgh's oldest houses. This charming medieval
tenement now houses the DOM Home For The Arts. This unique European arts center was set in 1996 and ...
Generally accepted as Scotland's 'Best Gallery' for contemporary art, the Fruitmarket should not be missed. It was converted into a
museum by architect Richard Murphy in 1992. It is conveniently located in the center of town and adjacent to ...
This is bound to put a smile on your face and kids will love it. Toys, games, books, memorabilia and
countless other objects are crammed into the four fandabidozi floors. It has come a long way since its foundation ...
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