MURRAYFIELD Stadium in Edinburgh is one of Scotland's main events centres and plays host to a number of exciting sporting and music events.

However, for those less familiar with the city, knowing how to get there can be challenging.

If you're going to a match or gig, here is how you can get to the stadium hassle-free.

How to get to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh

There are several ways you can make your way to Murrayfield Stadium for an event this summer.


According to the Scottish Rugby website, there are a number of bus routes taking passengers to Murrayfield.

Lothian Bus services 1, 2, 22 and 30 take riders to Westfield Road, Services 3, 25, 33 and 38 stop at Gorgie Road while services 12, 26 and 31 take passengers to Corstorphine Road.

Edinburgh Airport's Airlink 100 stops close to the events centre while Livingston Services X27/X28 are also popular bus routes.

First Bus also operates services, including the 23, 24 and 38 as well as the 900 Service from Glasgow to Edinburgh.

Tram and train

Fast and frequent tram services travel to and from the entrance of Murrayfield Stadium.

The Edinburgh Gateway, Edinburgh Park Station, Haymarket Station and St Andrew Square tram stops are a short walk from Waverley Station.

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Is there parking at Murrayfield Stadium?

According to the YouParkingSpace website, a public car park is available near Murrayfield and is located behind the West Stand.

Parking here is limited, so drivers should find a space as early as possible.