We’re only a few minutes’ walk from Princes Street, next to the Traverse and Lyceum Theatres and just off Lothian Road. If you’re cycling here, you’ll find bike racks opposite the entrance, outside Nandos. Here’s how to get to us if you’re travelling by:
Bus, tram or train
Our public transport links are excellent, so if you’d like to make the greener choice, it’s a great way to reach us. Buses 1, 10, 11, 15, 16, 24, 34 and 47 all stop outside the Usher Hall and Filmhouse on Lothian Road, with many other routes stopping only a short walk away. You’ll find more information on the Lothian Buses website. If you’re coming from further afield, you’ll find information about travelling by bus at citylink.co.uk.
Edinburgh’s tram services are also a great way to get around, with stops on Princes Street and St Andrew’s Square just a few minutes away.
We’re only five minutes in a cab or a fifteen-minute walk from Edinburgh’s main station, Edinburgh Waverley — visit National Rail Enquiries on nationalrail.co.uk to plan your journey.
This is a busy part of Edinburgh, and parking is limited. You’ll find some paid on-street parking on Lothian Road, with additional paid parking facilities at the Sheraton Hotel or NCP Castle Terrace. There are free spaces for blue badge holders across from the Royal Lyceum Theatre on Grindlay Street and outside the Traverse Theatre on Cambridge Street.
If you’re flying in for a show, coach and taxi services from Edinburgh International Airport take around 25 minutes, so make sure you leave yourself plenty of time! The express Airlink bus (no. 100) will take you from the airport terminal building to Princes Street and Waverley Train station, just a short walk away. The city’s tram system operates between Edinburgh Airport and Edinburgh city centre every 8-10mins.