Venue and Travel   

Edinburgh International Conference Centre is one of the leading conference venues in Scotland. It boasts unparalleled amenities and cutting-edge technology, setting the stage for an exceptional experience.

Travelling to the EICC

Waverley Station and Haymarket Station are the closest train stations to the EICC, Waverly 1.3 miles (23 minute walk) , and Haymarket 0.4 miles (10 minute walk).  There is no car park at the venue but there are many car parks in close distance to the EICC, Edinburgh Grindlay Street Court, and Edinburgh Bread Street Lane are multi-story NCP car parks. Both car parks are a 5 minute walk from the EICC. For further information on parking click here.  

Please be aware that prebooking for these NCP car parks is not currently available. 

The operating times of these car parks are: 

Monday to Sunday: 24hrs. 

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Edinburgh International Conference Centre, 
The Exchange,
150 Morrison St, 


Entrances: The EICC’s main entrances, the Strathblane and the Lennox, both have automated sliding doors which are operated by a push button from the outside and by sensor from the inside. During an event these doors are manned with security who can offer assistance if required.

Dedicated accessible parking spaces are available in the following facilities:

Sheraton Hotel Car Park located 150 meters from the EICC, with limited accessible parking spaces
Semple Street Car Park located 300 meters from the EICC
Castle Terrace NCP Car Park located 650 meters from the EICC

In addition there is on street parking on Morrison Street near the EICC's main entrance and in surrounding streets, such as Gardner's Crescent, which is free and without time limit for Blue Badge holders.

Assistance Dogs: You are more than welcome to bring your assistance dog into the EICC. Rest assured they will be truly pampered by our dog loving staff.

Wheelchair Space: There are six wheelchair spaces in the Pentland Auditorium.

Induction Loop: In the Pentland Auditorium an Induction Loop is located in the central section of seats from row F to the rear of the auditorium. To use this, delegates should switch their hearing aids to the "T" position.

Toilets: On each floor of the venue there are adapted toilets, with grab rails, emergency buttons, lowered mirrors and fittings. Currently these toilets allow for either a left or a right lateral transfer, not both.