Edinburgh

We teamed up with LGBT Health and Wellbeing, the Scottish Civic Trust and Our Story Scotland to make a map showcasing the important places in Edinburgh for LGBT+ communities. Artist Holly Summerson is creating the final map and shares her thoughts on mapping LGBT+ places.
New Urban Detective and former astronomer Alex McLachlan has been recording the dramatic changes in Edinburgh’s urban horizons for over twenty years. Here Alex explains what interested him about these changes, and what patterns he’s noticed over the years.
Press release, Monday 19 September 2016: Public invited to see ‘the Edinburgh that never was’ as part of Doors Open Days.
Press release Thursday 15 September 2016: Shortlist for second annual Scottish Heritage Angel Awards announced
John Sinclair House in Edinburgh, home of the National Record of the Historic Environment, will open its doors to celebrate both Doors Open Day and the Festival of Architecture.
What’s in a name? This blog post by Bryony Jackson explores the many names of Victoria Park in Leith as part of 2016 Love Parks Week.
Press release, Friday 10 June 2016: Scottish Heritage Angel Awards 2016 open for entries.
Edinburgh locals can learn how to record their city for future generations at this free evening workshop for Urban Detectives.
An opportunity for Edinburgh residents to share memories, facts and photographs of the city at this free afternoon workshop for Urban Detectives.
A double bill of new plays celebrating the triumphs and hardships of life in the port of Leith during the 19th and 20th Centuries.