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The venues have good access by public transport. Information about the bus services may be found at Lothian Buses. Click on the Route Maps panel at the bottom of their home page. It is also possible to search for routes based on postcode on their site, which offers downloadable maps too. Princes Street is served by many buses. Fairmilehead Parish Church Hall is served by the no. 11 bus, running every 15 minutes. Stockbridge House is very near the route of the no. 24 and 29 buses.
If you are driving to the city from outside, you may find the Park and Ride schemes at Ingleston and Sheriffhall on the 48 bus route, or at Straiton on the 47 useful.
Photo curtesy of Jim Scott
As you will see in the photos and videos throughout this site, there is no special dress code. It is a good idea to bring an extra layer to wear while sitting out. Men are encouraged to wear kilts but it is not essential. The dancing surface, which was relayed a couple of years ago, is similar to the covering of some children's playgrounds, and so is slightly springy and rather non-slip, so many types of footwear will be found comfortable. (The new surface replaced the hard flagstones visible in some of pictures and videos on this website.)Back to the Homepage