Swifties Guide to Edinburgh this weekend (June 7th-9th)
Taylor Swift inspired places to visit whilst in Edinburgh for her world Era's tour. Including brunch, cocktails and merchandise and more. ✨
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Are you in Edinburgh to see Taylor Swift at Murrayfield this weekend?

Why not add in some Swiftie inspired places to visit whilst in the city.

I've listed below some independent places in Edinburgh that have put their own version of a Taylor Swift spin on this weekend.

Babyfaced Baker, Leith Walk

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Get here early to avoid disappointment
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Babyfaced Baker on Leith Walk offer delicious handmade cookies and baked goods. They have Taylor inspired cookies, including some white chocolate funfetti cookies (Taylor's version) and a whimsical violet lemonade drink on offer.

Head here first thing in the morning, this place is hugely popular with locals.

Little Blue Door Vintage, Candlemaker Row

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This quirky vintage clothing shop has an array of beautifully curated Taylor Swift inspired eras outfits. Aptly named "Thrift & Swift". ✨

Grab yourself something sparkly to wear and all the while listen to some Taylor Swift music whilst in store. If you love vintage, then head to this store.

Invisible Cities Tour Company

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This charity organisation offers walking tours throughout Edinburgh, they train people who have experienced homelessness and into world class tour guides. They have created a collection of friendship bracelets all handmade by their team.

All of the bracelets have messages of support and positivity. Support this Edinburgh social enterprise and grab a Taylor bracelet below. 👇🏻🌈

One Square Bar, Festival Square

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They have outstanding views of Edinburgh Castle from here.
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Situated quite near to Murrayfield Stadium, One Square are offering Taylor mania themed cocktails. Some of their creations include a "Cruel Summer" cocktail which has summer berries and topped with candy floss clouds.

One Square also offer beautiful afternoon teas if you want something a little extra.

Edinburgh Castle, Benugo Cafe

Edinburgh Castle
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Whether you pay for entrance or not, you will be rewarded with great views across the city. If you do pay for entrance, make sure to seek out the view next to the war museum. You can see views across to the sea and over to the New Town.
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No visit to Edinburgh is complete without a visit to the world famous castle. After you've explored the castle then head to the Benugo cafe where they have created a "Taylor-ed" menu including "Lover" heart shaped Scottish shortbread, "Lavender Haze" cupcakes and a "22" &me G &T drink.

I highly recommend you pre-book your entrance tickets online.

Pie in the Sky (retail), Cockburn Street.

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This independent shop offers quirky and unique gifts. They have a good selection of Taylor Swift fan art, greetings cards and stationery. They have an excellent range of funny vinyl stickers too.

If you're looking for something to wear at the gig they also have a good selection of dresses, dungarees and Taylor Swift inspired t-shirts on offer.

I would get here early as it is popular, grab yourself a coffee from the nearby Milkman and join the line outside.

Laila Lunch & Brunch, Antigua Street

Laila Lunch & Brunch, Cockburn Street, Edinburgh
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Situated in the heart of the city, Laila is the ultimate aesthetically pleasing place to have Brunch. This weekend they have a " Swiftie Brunch" package which includes 2 drinks and 1 brunch dish for £29.95 each. Conveniently, the restaurant is very close to the Edinburgh Tram which takes you directly outside of the stadium.

The pink breakfast waffles look incredible 🩷

Edinburgh Street Food, Omni Centre

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Inside this relatively new and hip food court is Edinburgh Street Food which offers different food vendors and drinks. Of course they have hopped on the Swift bandwagon and a few of the vendors have Taylor inspired treats.

The moreish "Junk" food stand are offering a "Travis Kelce Special" American hotdog. Or check out the delicious "Homies Pizza", which serves deep dish pizza and this weekend have a special aptly named "The Tater Swift" 🍕

Whereas, Soft Core (ice-cream) have a tempting "Red" velvet cookie if you're after something sweet.

❤️

Angels Share Bar & Hotel, Hope Street

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This centrally located Edinburgh hotel and bar are offering you Swifties an Era's themed pre party which includes themed cocktails and small bites to eat.

On Saturday only they have a glitter face paint area and if you show them your valid Edinburgh concert ticket you will receive 15% off your bill.

Look out for their "Swift Spritz" cocktail which has Royale Gin, Crème de Violette, lavender syrup and prosecco. 🥂🩷

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy your weekend in Edinburgh.

Kat 😊

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Hi, I'm Kat a female business owner in Edinburgh, Scotland. I run small group and private walking tours. I specialise in Scottish history, film tourism (Harry Potter and Outlander) and the dark side of the witchcraft hunts in Edinburgh. I reside in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the UK - Leith. Which is famed for it's indie shops, coffee and street art. When I am not guiding around bonnie Scotland I like to travel. I have been lucky enough to travel to over 55 different countries. Usually now with my husband, but on occasion, but have been partial to a solo adventure also. I enjoy exploring bustling cities, enjoying the local food and finding unique places to eat. As a small business owner, I like to find independent places to try out. To me travel is the best education you can give yourself. When I am exploring a new destination I will delve it to the culture and history of that location, and I like to find off the beaten track sights. It is hard to define my favourite country, as I feel many places are special to me. As a keen photographer, the vivid colours of India was incredible. Alongside the vast landscapes of Iceland, where last year (2023) I was fortunate enough to elope there. My guides will be varied, my Scottish guides will be through the lens of a local. I have experience in the industry in creating Scottish itineraries and like to prepare personalised and tailor made plans.
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Swifties Guide to Edinburgh this weekend (June 7th-9th)
Taylor Swift inspired places to visit whilst in Edinburgh for her world Era's tour. Including brunch, cocktails and merchandise and more. ✨
9 Places • ago
Free

Are you in Edinburgh to see Taylor Swift at Murrayfield this weekend?

Why not add in some Swiftie inspired places to visit whilst in the city.

I've listed below some independent places in Edinburgh that have put their own version of a Taylor Swift spin on this weekend.

Babyfaced Baker, Leith Walk

Babyfaced Baker
@travelkattours
Get here early to avoid disappointment
Add to
Details

Babyfaced Baker on Leith Walk offer delicious handmade cookies and baked goods. They have Taylor inspired cookies, including some white chocolate funfetti cookies (Taylor's version) and a whimsical violet lemonade drink on offer.

Head here first thing in the morning, this place is hugely popular with locals.

Little Blue Door Vintage, Candlemaker Row

little blue door
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

This quirky vintage clothing shop has an array of beautifully curated Taylor Swift inspired eras outfits. Aptly named "Thrift & Swift". ✨

Grab yourself something sparkly to wear and all the while listen to some Taylor Swift music whilst in store. If you love vintage, then head to this store.

Invisible Cities Tour Company

Invisible Cities - Walking Tours Edinburgh
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

This charity organisation offers walking tours throughout Edinburgh, they train people who have experienced homelessness and into world class tour guides. They have created a collection of friendship bracelets all handmade by their team.

All of the bracelets have messages of support and positivity. Support this Edinburgh social enterprise and grab a Taylor bracelet below. 👇🏻🌈

One Square Bar, Festival Square

One Square
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They have outstanding views of Edinburgh Castle from here.
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Details

Situated quite near to Murrayfield Stadium, One Square are offering Taylor mania themed cocktails. Some of their creations include a "Cruel Summer" cocktail which has summer berries and topped with candy floss clouds.

One Square also offer beautiful afternoon teas if you want something a little extra.

Edinburgh Castle, Benugo Cafe

Edinburgh Castle
@travelkattours
Whether you pay for entrance or not, you will be rewarded with great views across the city. If you do pay for entrance, make sure to seek out the view next to the war museum. You can see views across to the sea and over to the New Town.
Add to
Details

No visit to Edinburgh is complete without a visit to the world famous castle. After you've explored the castle then head to the Benugo cafe where they have created a "Taylor-ed" menu including "Lover" heart shaped Scottish shortbread, "Lavender Haze" cupcakes and a "22" &me G &T drink.

I highly recommend you pre-book your entrance tickets online.

Pie in the Sky (retail), Cockburn Street.

Pie In The Sky Ltd
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

This independent shop offers quirky and unique gifts. They have a good selection of Taylor Swift fan art, greetings cards and stationery. They have an excellent range of funny vinyl stickers too.

If you're looking for something to wear at the gig they also have a good selection of dresses, dungarees and Taylor Swift inspired t-shirts on offer.

I would get here early as it is popular, grab yourself a coffee from the nearby Milkman and join the line outside.

Laila Lunch & Brunch, Antigua Street

Laila Lunch & Brunch, Cockburn Street, Edinburgh
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

Situated in the heart of the city, Laila is the ultimate aesthetically pleasing place to have Brunch. This weekend they have a " Swiftie Brunch" package which includes 2 drinks and 1 brunch dish for £29.95 each. Conveniently, the restaurant is very close to the Edinburgh Tram which takes you directly outside of the stadium.

The pink breakfast waffles look incredible 🩷

Edinburgh Street Food, Omni Centre

Edinburgh Street Food
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

Inside this relatively new and hip food court is Edinburgh Street Food which offers different food vendors and drinks. Of course they have hopped on the Swift bandwagon and a few of the vendors have Taylor inspired treats.

The moreish "Junk" food stand are offering a "Travis Kelce Special" American hotdog. Or check out the delicious "Homies Pizza", which serves deep dish pizza and this weekend have a special aptly named "The Tater Swift" 🍕

Whereas, Soft Core (ice-cream) have a tempting "Red" velvet cookie if you're after something sweet.

❤️

Angels Share Bar & Hotel, Hope Street

The Angels Share Hotel and Bar
@travelkattours
Add to
Details

This centrally located Edinburgh hotel and bar are offering you Swifties an Era's themed pre party which includes themed cocktails and small bites to eat.

On Saturday only they have a glitter face paint area and if you show them your valid Edinburgh concert ticket you will receive 15% off your bill.

Look out for their "Swift Spritz" cocktail which has Royale Gin, Crème de Violette, lavender syrup and prosecco. 🥂🩷

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy your weekend in Edinburgh.

Kat 😊

* * *
CURATED BY
Hi, I'm Kat a female business owner in Edinburgh, Scotland. I run small group and private walking tours. I specialise in Scottish history, film tourism (Harry Potter and Outlander) and the dark side of the witchcraft hunts in Edinburgh. I reside in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the UK - Leith. Which is famed for it's indie shops, coffee and street art. When I am not guiding around bonnie Scotland I like to travel. I have been lucky enough to travel to over 55 different countries. Usually now with my husband, but on occasion, but have been partial to a solo adventure also. I enjoy exploring bustling cities, enjoying the local food and finding unique places to eat. As a small business owner, I like to find independent places to try out. To me travel is the best education you can give yourself. When I am exploring a new destination I will delve it to the culture and history of that location, and I like to find off the beaten track sights. It is hard to define my favourite country, as I feel many places are special to me. As a keen photographer, the vivid colours of India was incredible. Alongside the vast landscapes of Iceland, where last year (2023) I was fortunate enough to elope there. My guides will be varied, my Scottish guides will be through the lens of a local. I have experience in the industry in creating Scottish itineraries and like to prepare personalised and tailor made plans.
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