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Tynecastle Stadium on the west side of the city has been home to Heart of Midlothian Football Club since 1886.
Murrayfield Stadium has a seated capacity of 67,800 (the largest in Scotland) and is the home of Scottish rugby.
Centrally located close to the city, within a punt of Murrayfield Stadium and a lion’s roar from the Zoo, Carrick Knowe is a mature parkland golf course.
Murrayfield is a picturesque parkland course just three miles from Edinburgh city centre.
Take a tour behind the scenes at Murrayfield Stadium, the home of Scottish Rugby.
The Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh traces its origins back into the eighteenth century with the first publicly recorded explicit reference to its existence in 1735 appearing in the Edinburgh Almanac.
Ravelston is a parkland course that was designed by the great James Braid in 1912.
Fitness & Leisure Centres
Drumbrae Leisure Centre, located in the west of Edinburgh offers a wide variety of activities.
Situated to the west of Edinburgh Kingsknowe is within easy reach of all Scotland via the Edinburgh City Bypass.
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Silverknowes Golf Course: 18 Holes, 6216 yards, Par 71, SSS 70
Silverknowes is based on the south shores of the River Forth with commanding views over to the Kingdom of Fife and Cramond Island.