Getting Here
Getting here


By Road

The Royal Highland Centre is located next to Edinburgh Airport, within minutes of the M8 and M9, and within easy reach of the city centre. The RHC sits off Glasgow Road (A8) between Newbridge roundabout and the A8/airport roundabout, one of the main routes to the city. Access to the Royal Highland Centre is from A8/Airport roundabout on to Eastfield Road. From there, signposts provide directions to the venue along Fairview Road onto Ingliston Road.


By Tram

Edinburgh Trams run from every 7 minutes between 06.18 and 22.48 and offer a consistent journey time of just 30 minutes into the city. Trams interchange with rail services at Edinburgh Gateway, Edinburgh Park, Haymarket and St Andrew Square (for Waverley). Other stops on the tram route include Murrayfield Stadium and Princes Street.

All trams are fully low floor and have dedicated spaces for wheelchairs. There are luggage racks located throughout the tram for large bags and suitcases.

The Tram stop nearest the Royal Highland Centre is Ingliston Park & Ride and is approximately a 10 - 15 minute walk to the RHC. For further information about planning your journey visit the Tram Journey Planner. For information about all types of tram ticket visit the Tickets Page.


By Bus

Lothian Buses

From Edinburgh, Lothian Buses run regular services including the Airlink 100, Skylink 200 & 300, plus services 20 & 63. All buses run regularly and drop-off close to the Royal Highland Centre. Click here for a Lothian Buses timetable or call 0131 555 6363 for further information.

Citylink also operate services with drop-offs on the A8 close to the Royal Highland Centre. For more information, click here.


By Rail

Edinburgh Gateway Station by Gogar/The Gyle is the nearest train station to the Royal Highland Centre.  Haymarket Station and Waverley Station provide excellent links across the UK.  For more information contact National Rail click here.

For group and businesses check out Trainline's new Trainline business platform


By Air

The Royal Highland Centre is situated adjacent to Edinburgh Airport.

Over 180 flights connect Edinburgh to the rest of the UK and Europe each day and the Royal Highland Centre is just a ten-minute walk from the airport travelling along Fairview Road.


By Taxi

The East side of the site is the best point for drop off for taxis.



The Royal Highland Centre has parking for 15,000 vehicles across three car parks. On the day of your event, signage will direct you to the best car park. Parking is contactless card payment only at a cost of £10 per vehicle



The Royal Highland Centre has accessible toilets, parking and other facilities to ensure your visit is made as easy and comfortable as possible.