Getting to Tabletop Scotland 2024 @ Highland Hall

Multiple transport options are available to get to the Highland Hall.

By Road

The Royal Highland Centre is located next to Edinburgh Airport and is within minutes of the M8 and M9, and within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre. Click here to find out more about the 
Location.

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.

The North Car Park has space for 5,000 vehicles, and will have a dedicated Blue Badge section nearest the entrance to the Highland Hall. Parking is £10 per day. During the convention, signage will direct you to the car park.

Please note that whilst motorhomes and other similar vehicles can be parked in the North Car Park, they cannot be ‘lived in’ when there. The Royal Highland Centre security team will remove any attendees who attempt to do so. Nearby campsites can be found here: The Camping and Caravanning Club

By Taxi

Edinburgh has a lot of taxi companies.

Here are three of the biggest ones:

CAPITAL CARS

CENTRAL TAXIS

CITY CABS

Alongside these, Uber also operates in Edinburgh.

https://www.uber.com/global/en/cities/edinburgh/

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 15 minute walk to the Highland Hall.

For further information about planning your journey visit the Tram Journey Planner.

For information about all types of tram tickets 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 operate services with drop-offs on the A8 close to the Royal Highland Centre. For more information, click here.

Stagecoach operate services to Edinburgh Airport from Fife. Find out more on their website – https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/east-scotland/jet-747-edinburgh-airport-bus

Also
Megabus operates services to Edinburgh Airport from across the country. Find out more on their website – https://uk.megabus.com/

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.

Use the Trainline website to work out your route.

For more information contact National Rail
 click here.

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.

Find out which airports connect to Edinburgh via their Route Map.

Airport Shuttle Bus

Secure Airparks is a popular airport car parking service.

They have shuttle buses that run from the airport (Stance 11) to the Holiday Inn Express next door to the North Gate for the Highland Hall.

The shuttle bus runs 24 hours a day and is only a few minutes ride from the airport to Holiday Inn Express.

There is a charge for this service which is £2.50

Traveline Scotland

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