Built in 1914, the Usher Hall is a beautiful Edwardian concert hall set in the heart of Edinburgh. Steeped in history, the Hall is the city’s key venue for visiting national and international orchestras. It embraces the widest range of music and events, including rock, pop, world, folk, blues, comedy, conferences, award ceremonies and recording sessions. From Ella Fitzgerald to Winston Churchill; Johnny Cash to The Rolling Stones; Billy Connolly to Jamie Cullum; Robert Plant to Katherine Jenkins - the world’s greatest artists have stood on its stage.
Architect: J Stockdale Harrison
Building Date: 1914
A selection of art from the city’s nationally recognised art collection is on display throughout the building. The Usher Hall is Scotland’s only 5 star concert hall. Tours take place every hour from 10.30am. Behind the scenes access.