Court Street

Leading to the western part of the port, this tree-lined street is home to a number of private houses such as the 18C Bank of Scotland building. Opposite stands the Corn Exchange, dating back to 1854, and the Council buildings designed by William Burn that stand on the site of the former royal palace.

Useful information

Address : 

st. Court

Nearby tourist attractions

Lodge Street
Lodge Street
This narrow street is an extension of
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Market Street
Market Street
Three or four-storey buildings (late 18C
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High Street
High Street
The South side houses a continuous line
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Town House
Town House
William Adam (1748) gave a solemn
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Hardgate
Hardgate
Kinloch House, with its Dutch-style
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Church Street
Church Street
On this street stands a charming three
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Lodge Street
Lodge Street
This narrow street is an extension of
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Market Street
Market Street
Three or four-storey buildings (late 18C
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High Street
High Street
The South side houses a continuous line
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See all