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It's a great place to visit. The only negative would be that it cost us 6.50 each to get into the greenhouses (I think it's about 5.50 without the donation) which I think is very expensive for what it is. I seem to remember it...More
First of all, we went by walking and the garden was difficult to find. When we finally arrived, we were a bit disappointed: the greenhouse was closed because of some works on the outside. Also, I guess November isn't the good month to visit this...More
I have been there with my wife, who was a keen professionell gardener once. She was very enthusiastic. Even if you are, like me, only remotely interested in plants and nature or if you like gardens or if you just want to have a super-nice...More
This is a sactuary away from the maddening crowds and packed sidewalks of old town. A wander on a rainy day in August was most enjoyably spent. The glass house is worth the ticket and busting with life and colour, as by mid August the...More
A friend and I walked through the gardens on a misty summer day. Free general admission to all, small admissions to the green houses. We were struck by the numerous ancient trees, and the beautiful Botanic settings including small ponds and waterfalls. Some of our...More
This is a beautiful and restful place to visit. A great way to refresh the spirit after the noisy and hectic Fringe Festival. An extraordinary range of trees and shrubs to see. The glass houses are well worth a visit with hot and temperate areas...More
Just downhill of New Town and attractively straddling a river near the elegant Royal Botanic Garden, it’s small wonder that Stockbridge became one of the city’s first hip neighborhoods. It’s now one of Edinburgh’s most desirable, though many bohemian touches have fallen away as its residents have matured and the area has gentrified. Some second-hand shops cling on, but mostly residents display refined tastes in basement
bistros, gastropubs, coffee and antique shops, boutiques and delis and at the Sunday farmers' market. A pleasant ten-minute walk away, along a leafy riverside path beside the gurgling Water of Leith, lies Dean Village. This sleepy neighborhood of medieval half-timbered houses still retains much of the village feel it had when watermills plied their trade here. Beyond, the wooded riverside path feels even more remote as it climbs to the sculpture gardens of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.