Getting to the Stadium
BT Murrayfield has never been so easy to get to, regardless of your method of transport.
In May 2014, the new Edinburgh tram line opened to link the stadium with Edinburgh Airport and the City Centre. BT Murrayfield has it's own tram station and is just a twenty minute journey from the airport or a five minute one to Princes Street, connecting users to Edinburgh Waverley & Haymarket train stations and the main bus station in St Andrew's Square.
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's capital airport. More than 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations and some nine million passengers a year pass through the airport. For flight information visit www.edinburghairport.com
Edinburgh is serviced by two railway stations, Waverley & Haymarket and has a growing network of direct routes. For train timetables and real-time running times contact National Railway Enquiries on 08457 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Edinburgh’s main terminal is situated in the city centre at St Andrews Square. To plan and book you national or local route by bus visit www.nationalexpress.com or www.citylink.co.uk. Within the city, Edinburgh is served by an excellent bus service that runs throughout the day and night. To play your journey, use this tool from the Lothian Buses website: www.lothianbuses.com/live-travel-info/journey-planner/
BT Murrayfield can be accessed directly via the Edinburgh Tram service from both Edinburgh City Centre and Edinburgh Airport. For more information and for tram timetables visit http://edinburghtrams.com/
BT Murrayfield is in the city centre and has private parking for over 1,000 cars. Get your route direct to BT Murrayfield by visiting www.multimap.com. Your destination postcode is EH12 5PJ. Please note, there is no on-site parking on matchdays
The City of Edinburgh is a fantastic place to travel by bicycle. We are just a short cycle from the city centre. If you do decide to cycle to a conference or event, we have a number of bicycle stands for you to park your bike within the stadium. Please be aware than there will be no access for bicycles on an international match day.
Edinburgh is a dynamic and contemporary city with a growing reputation as the place to be and the place to go. For additional information of what to do in Scotland during your stay and for accommodation visit www.visitscotland.com