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Public Transport Routes

Edinburgh Waverley train station is 2 miles from the Kings Hall.  The following buses travel past Waverley and stop just near the Kings Hall: you can catch them from North Bridge, which crosses over the station.

Once in Edinburgh,  the following Lothian Regional Transport (LRT) buses stop at the bus stop called “Kings Hall”, which is located directly in front of the building:

7; 31; 37; 37A; X37; X47; N37.

The following LRT buses stop at the bus stop called “Queens Hall,” 2 minutes away from the hall:

3, 3A, 5, 7, 8, 14, 29, 30, 33, 37, 47, 49.

LRT provide a convenient tool called Plan Your Journey that can be used to find bus times for your visit.

Directions & Car Parking

From Glasgow and the West

From Junction 1 of the M9 follow the A8 all the way to the centre of Edinburgh (the A8 is known as Corstorphine Road for most of its length). Continue past Haymarket Station (see schematic above) along Shandwick Place until you reach the West end of Princes Street. Turn right (South) into Lothian Road. Drive until you reach Tollcross before continuing South along Brougham Street and Brougham Place, which eventually link into Melville Drive (A700). Skirt the Meadows and turn right at the traffic lights into South Clerk Street after passing down Hope Park Terrace (where you may find a parking space – see below).

Car parking facilities

As we are a city centre church, parking can sometimes be a problem. Some of the streets around the church building have restricted parking, so watch out! The following surrounding streets have some free parking available on a Sunday:

  • Bernard Terrace;
  • Lutton Place;
  • Hope Park Terrace;
  • South Clerk Street, outside the Church on both sides of the road (except for the bus stops).

Alternatively there is a fee paying NCP carpark off St Leonards Street 2 minutes to the North-East of the church. (down Bernard Terrace, turn left in St Leonards St and first right into Hermits Croft – have a look at this Google map to orientate yourself).