We want you to enjoy The Royal Highland Show experience from start to finish. So let’s start by getting you there!
Please see www.travelinescotland.com for details on how to get to the show.
The showground is on the west side of Edinburgh and AA signposted on all major approaches. Drivers should not use SatNav on the approaches to the Royal Highland Show but follow the AA signs to the RHS Please be aware that due to the high volume of traffic, there may be some delays but be patient, there is a high number of police on duty whose aim is to keep the traffic flowing.
Click here to be directed to the timetable for Lothian Buses. Edinburgh residents will be aware that ongoing tram works may result in changes to routes and pick-up points. We would recommend that you telephone Lothian Buses on 0131 555 6363 in advance to check route details of the dedicated service to the Show.
For towns just west of Ingliston
From Inverkeithing Train Station/ Ferrytoll
The frequent Stagecoach Jet747 bus service from Fife to Edinburgh Airport passes by the showground with scheduled journey time of just 25 minutes. Alight at the bus stop by Ingliston Road where there is a pedestrian entrance allowing the quickest access to the Show. Return can be from the same bus stop as it circles by the airport before returning to Ferrytoll Park and Ride and Inverkeithing Rail Station.
From Glasgow & other areas
For Buses from Glasgow and other areas contact Scottish Citylink 0871 266 3333 for details of direct services to the Showground or visit www.citylink.co.uk. These buses will stop at bus stops on the A8.
Over 150 flights connect Edinburgh to the rest of the UK and Europe each day and with the Showground just a ten-minute walk from the airport – flying is indeed a quick and convenient way to visit the show. Log on to http://travel.edinburghairport.com
The nearest train station is Edinburgh Haymarket or Waverley Station. Please check with the bus companies on times and pick up points for direct services to the Showground