The 71,500sq ft house will open up on 6 September and will ‘takes readers on an immersive journey’ by way of the 200-yr heritage of the famed whisky model.
As aspect of the knowledge, company will be in a position to consume and dine at the various bars and restaurants which includes the 1820 rooftop terrace that will offer sights across the city and of Edinburgh Castle
The dining offer you will concentrate on regionally-sourced Scottish delicacies and whisky dinners conceived by culinary artists and whiskey masters.
Company will also be ready to embark on an immersive tour that includes the option to uncover the tales at the rear of Scotland’s favorite whisky models.
Johnnie Walker Princes Road stands at the heart of producer Diageo’s £185m investment decision in whisky tourism in Scotland and follows the opening of new encounters at the Glenkinchie, Clynelish and Cardhu distilleries, which signify the Lowland, Highland and Speyside whisky-earning areas respectively.
“Over the past yr we have faced unprecedented worries brought by the Covid-19 pandemic but now we can last but not least commence the countdown to the opening of Johnnie Walker Princes Street,” says Barbara Smith, managing director of Diageo’s Scotland Brand Houses.
“We have designed an unbelievably proficient and numerous crew who will provide the Johnnie Walker tale to life, producing a environment-course experience for our guests.
“Johnnie Walker Princes Avenue will present something compared with any other customer expertise in Scotland. It will be a venue for anyone, whether that’s visitors to Scotland or area persons in Edinburgh, Scotch whisky lovers or those people savouring Scotch whisky for the initially time. We simply cannot wait around for you to be a part of us.”