The Hub, Edinburgh


An Edinburgh icon (and home of the Edinburgh International Festival)

The Hub, Edinburgh


If you look at a cityscape of Edinburgh, The Hub’s spire stands tall above it all.

A stone’s throw from Edinburgh Castle, The Hub is perched right at the top of the Royal Mile in an enviable position, nestled between the Witchery, the Scottish Whisky Society and Camera Obscura.

It also happens to be the home of Edinburgh’s International Festival, making it kind of an important spot.

Known for its beautiful (award winning) blend of contemporary design with classic Victorian architecture, it’s a definite wow venue that we just love shooting weddings in.

The team? Well they are more than a little bit special and will go out of their way to make you feel at home.


Discover The Hub for yourself: The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NE online at thehub-edinburgh.com or call the team on 0131 473 2015.

Niels & Alie love…

The location of The Hub – it’s on one of the most iconic streets in Edinburgh (in fact the world).

The architecture – it’s gothic, grand and has one of the highest spires in Edinburgh.

The different zones within The Hub.

It’s the home of the International Festival. Could you get a space with a more creative vibe?

The team. They are simply superb at running events.

Real life weddings at The Hub


Take a peek at recent Hub weddings…

#TBT – Lynn & Gavin


23 March 2017

Some weddings feel like they just happened yesterday… it’s seriously hard to believe that Lynn and Gavin’s wedding was seven years ago.

Jen & Pete’s Wedding, The Hub, Edinburgh


07 May 2012

In the heart of Edinburgh’s old town, nestled beneath The Castle sits The Hub. And with so many guests travelling from USA what a perfect spot to hold Jen and […]

Rosalind & Christian’s Wedding at The Hub, Edinburgh


07 December 2011

Seriously if you’re considering getting married in Scotland in November you have to do it! This was the third consecutive weekend where the weather was fab… in fact, for Ros and Christian’s wedding the sun was not only out, but the temperature was actually verging on being a tiny bit warm.