Jurys Inn Edinburgh
Jurys Inn Edinburgh Hotel,
43 Jeffrey Street,
Edinburgh, EH1 1DH
Tel:+44 131 200 3300
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Best Bar: A boutique hotel with a variety of internationally-themed luxury bars, Le Monde (George St) is Edinburgh's venue of choice for the discerning party-goer.
Best Scottish Restaurant: Stac Polly provides the ultimate Scottish food experience. Boasting a central location and a range of inventive takes on traditional dishes – such as haggis in filo parcels – this eatery fuses highland charm with modern cuisine.
Best Kept Secret: One mile from Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat is a remarkably wild piece of highland landscape in the city centre. The views from the 251-metre peak over Edinburgh are truly spectacular.
Visit Scotland's largest and most exciting wildlife attraction with more than 1,000 rare and beautiful animals.
Our Dynamic Earth
Enjoy the most fantastic journey on Earth. Travel back in time and witness the Big Bang. Be shaken by earthquakes and face boiling lava, fly over glaciers and dive deep beneath the oceans. You could even get caught in a tropical rainstorm.
The Edinburgh Playhouse
Plays host to major West End productions.
Arguably the centre of Scotland's rich royal history.
Palace of Holyroodhouse
This magnificent Baroque palace is closely linked with Scotland's monarchy and is best known as the home of Mary Queen of Scots.
Adrian's Edinburgh City Cycle Tour
Take a city tour with Adrian for an entertaining and informative guide to Edinburgh.
The Scottish Whisky Heritage Centre
Open every day - the story of Scotland's national drink.
Edinburgh Ghost Tour
Terrifying but entertaining tour of the old town, recounting tales of witchcraft, ghosts and the plague.
Amazonian Rainforest Experience
Surround yourself in an outdoor rainforest, boasting waterfalls, hundreds of free-flying butterflies, an Amazonian parrot, poison dart frogs, lizards, snakes, tarantulas and other wonders of the Amazon, including the world's smallest monkeys.
Museum of Edinburgh
This museum houses important artefacts of local history and culture including James Craig's Plans of Edinburgh and the original national covenant dating from 1638.
Museum of Childhood
Specialising in the history of childhood.
Scottish Opera stage many productions in Edinburgh's theatres throughout the year. To find out about current and future productions, visit the Scottish Opera website.