When out for my walks around Edinburgh & Leith, I am always looking out for new places to go and see.
Recently I heard about The Archivists Garden which is only a 1 minute walk from the East End of Princes Street, Edinburgh New Town’s most famous thoroughfare. It is situated between The National Archives of Scotland building, The General Register Office for Scotland building and The Court of the Lord Lyon. The people working in these buildings maintain the records of the History of Scotland. It really is a haven of peace and quiet so close to the noise of the City Centre.
So if you are in town, take a walk up West Register Street and go through the gate, turn right and there you are.
Why not take a bite to eat and stay for your lunch on one of the benches? Alternatively there is a café adjacent to the Garden so pop in there.
The Garden can also be seen as part of a walk with me – see www.edinburghwalks.com/walks