Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Telephone: 0131 624 6200
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is five minutes’ walk from Princes Street on Queen Street (round the corner from Harvey Nichols).
Seating and venue information
Performances take place in the Great Hall on the ground floor of the gallery. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery has excellent facilities for disabled visitors. There is wheelchair access to all parts of the Gallery. The main entrance is fully accessible and there is a specially adapted toilet and lift.
Bus numbers 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 26 and 44 all go past the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Alternatively, take any Princes Street or Town Centre bus, alight at the end of Princes Street, opposite Waverley Steps and walk through St Andrew Square, turning left onto Queen Street. For more information visit www.lothianbuses.com
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is a few minutes’ walk from Waverley Station. Take the Princes Street exit, cross the road and walk the short distance through St Andrew Square, turning left onto Queen Street.
Follow routes for City Centre and City Centre Attractions. There is no car park at the gallery, and very limited on-street parking near the venue. We recommend that you park your car in one of the many City Centre car parks instead.