West Princes Street Gardens is a much loved part of the city in terms of its history, its nature and its location. Please take a minute to read some inspiring quotes and heart-warming stories and find out what West Princes Street Gardens means to others. We’d welcome you to share your own memories of the gardens by uploading your stories and photos.
You can also watch videos below and find out more about people’s stories and personal connections to West Princes Street Gardens.
West Princes Street Gardens' Head Gardener, David, talks about his passion for gardening - including the floral clock of course - and reflecting on how West Princes Street Gardens have changed over the years.Read David’s Story
Reverend Peter Sutton describes St Cuthbert Parish Church's history and his own connection to West Princes Street GardensRead Reverend Sutton’s Story
Our Chairman, Norman Springford, talks about his memories of visiting the gardens as a young boy and his pride in leading their reimagination.Read Norman’s Story
Join the Dooks Family on their visit to West Princes Street Gardens.Read The Dooks’ Family Story
Moira Hepburn (or Auntie Moira) recalls fond summer days playing the piano at the Ross Theatre for Children's Hour.Read Moira’s Story
David Allfrey, Producer and Chief Executive of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo talks about his enthusiasm for The Quaich Project and shares his favourite space within West Princes Street Gardens.Read David Allfrey’s Story
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