The Writers’ Museum, housed in what used to be Lady Stair’s home, can be found off the Royal Mile in Makar’s Court; which means poet or author’s court. The museum features three famous Scottish writers your sure to know.
Every person you meet among your travels has a story to tell. Some you might think are perfectly normal people, but when you discover their stories they turn into fascinating people.
Steeped with a sophisticated atmosphere and homely vibe, this tavern draws people in from all around. Named after the famous Deacon Brodie in 1806, this tavern captures the dualistic nature which Robert Louis Stevenson portrays in his famous book, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
During the Enlightenment era of Edinburgh, many people took concepts from that of ancient Greece and Rome. A lot of this can be seen in the architecture of buildings such as this one.