Sitauted in the heart of Scotland's historic capital, Murrayfield is a winning combination of flexible conference and meeting rooms, banqueting for up to 1000 guests and comprehensive exhibition space all wrapped up in an iconic world class venue.
Currently there are no events for the Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh .
Waverley (Edinburgh) or Haymarket Station Both stations are a short bus or taxi ride from the stadium. Murrayfield is approximately 20 mins walk from Haymarket Station.
Local Lothian Buses - 12, 26, 31, 22, 30
First Bus - 12, 16, 38 08708 72 72 71
CityLink - 900 904, 909
Murrayfield is approximately 30 mins drive from Edinburgh Airport.
As a result of the ongoing work on flood defences and the Edinburgh tram scheme, there will be no car parking at Murrayfield on matchdays.
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If you are coming to Murrayfield Stadium on non match days, to visit the Scottish Rugby shop, for a Stadium tour, for a corporate event or to a business meeting and intend travelling by car, please note:
Travel east along the M8 At M8 junction 1 keep in right hand lane to continue forward (signposted City Bypass South) At Hermiston Junction roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A720 - (signposted City Bypass South) Keep in left hand lane then branch left - (signposted Edinburgh West, City Centre, Kilmarnock) At Calder Junction roundabout take the 1st exit onto Calder Road - A71 At Barkhead Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 At Sighthill Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 Turn left at traffic lights onto Balgreen Road At Balgreen Road roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Stevenson Road At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Westfield Road. Turn left onto Roseburn Street - arrive at Murrayfield Stadium
Travel North on the A1 At Old Craighall Junction branch left, then at roundabout take the 1st exit onto The City Of Edinburgh Bypass - A720 - (signposted Forth Road Bridge, Glasgow, Airport) At Sheriffhall Roundabout take 3rd exit onto The Edinburgh Bypass - A720 - (signposted Forth Road Bridge , Glasgow) At Calder Junction branch left At Calder Junction roundabout take 3rd exit onto Calder Road - A71 At Barkhead Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 At Sighthill Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Calder Road - A71 Turn left onto Balgreen Road At Balgreen Road roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Stevenson Road At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Westfield Road. Turn left onto Roseburn Street - arrive at Murrayfield Stadium
Cross Forth Road Bridge Continue forward on the A90 - (signposted Edinburgh) Continue forward onto Queensferry Road - A90. At traffic signals turn right onto Maybury Road - A902 - (signposted City Bypass, Berwick upon Tweed) At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Maybury Road - A902 At traffic signals turn left onto Glasgow Road - A8 - (signposted City Centre) At Drumbrae Roundabout take the 2nd exit onto St Johns Road - A8 - (signposted City Centre) Turn right onto Balgreen Road At Balgreen Road roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Stevenson Road At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Westfield Road. Turn left onto Roseburn Street - arrive at Murrayfield Stadium
Park & Ride
Two Park and Ride sites are available at both Hermiston and Ingliston. Hermiston is served by service 25 which runs every 10 minutes to Gorgie, and Ingliston is served by service X48 to Murrayfield. All services, including Airlink have extra services added to cope with match day demand.
You can purchase a car parking pass in advance from Scottish Rugby.
Lift and ramped access to all disabled seating areas Conveniently placed separate adapted toilets 124 dedicated disabled seats Disabled Parking (match day and non-match days) Lift access and hearing loops in hospitality suites and office reception
Murrayfield Stadium, the home of Scottish Rugby is situated in Edinburgh's west end. The facilities for wheelchair users have been thought out well, with 124 dedicated disabled seats and many well placed separate adapted toilets close to all reserved areas. All areas are well signed (marked for future development).
Ticket information can be provided in Braille, large print and colour schemes.
Parking on non-match days is available via gate B on Roseburn Street. There is a plan to add some disabled spaces on the access roads within the stadium around the ground.
Disabled parking is allocated to Scottish Rugby disabled pass holders on advance application only to the Ticket Office. There will be no access to the disabled car park to supporters without the required Scottish Rugby pass. Those with the Scottish Rugby Disables Car Park Pass must also display their blue badge. Disabled parking is at the front of the car park, which is on the training pitches next to the stadium. A short wheel or walk across porta-path is required to the designated wheelchair access gate. Access can, if required, be gained through any other gate around the ground that is attended by a steward. Parking attendants are on hand to assist and check that only disabled badge holders gain access to the disabled parking area.
All disabled seating is in the west stand. There are a number of trackside seats available for wheelchair users and their companions which are accessible via wide ramps.
There are also wheelchair accessible seats on the first tier of the west stand. These are accessible via three lifts: one is situated immediately opposite the designated wheelchair access gate in the west stand and the other two are situated in the center of the north and south stands. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for loan but must be booked in advance. At all Murrayfield events, there are stewards to direct and assist disabled guests and there is also a disabled liaison officer - himself a wheelchair user!
Separate adapted toilets are placed very close to the reserved seating on the first tier of the west stand. The separate adapted toilets on the ground floor are within the west stand at the top of the wheelchair accessible ramps. A walk or wheel of around 50 metres is required depending on your seating position. All of these toilets have wheelchair access and arm pulls and future refurbishment of the facilities is planned.
All the conference and hospitality suites have excellent facilities. They include hearing loops, adapted toilets and are fully wheelchair accessible. Access to the suites is via the lifts previously mentioned, depending on the area of the stadium you are wishing to access. The main office reception also has a hearing loop.
Catering on match days is provided mainly by kiosks on the concourse around the west side of the stadium. There are also some corporate catering provisions in the car park behind the north stand. This is usually in a marquee and is across a gravel car park. Accessible matting can be installed. Vendors do attend the disabled areas to take orders.
Murrayfield stadium has recently undergone an accessibility audit. As a result a plan is in place to make further reasonable adjustments to accessibility in order to ensure compliance to the Disability Discrimination Act, which comes into force next year.
For further information about disabled access to Murrayfield stadium, Scottish Rugby and ticket information, please email email@example.com or write to us at the address below. Murrayfield Stadium Scottish Rugby Murrayfield Edinburgh Midlothian EH12 5PJ T: 0131 346 5000 F: 0131 346 5001 E: firstname.lastname@example.org