The Edinburgh Corn Exchange is a multi-purpose event centre based in the Chesser suburb of Edinburgh, just west of the city centre. It’s a listed building that was restored in 1999 to be used as a venue and, since then, has been host to many famous artists including Kasabian, The 1975, and Muse. Being quite a large building, the venue can hold 3,000 people standing or up to 1500 theatre style.
The Edinburgh Corn Exchange is situated about 2 miles south west of Edinburgh city centre on New Market Road and is easily accessible by train, bus, or car.
By train and tube: Edinburgh Corn Exchange is located directly across from Slateford Train Station; the closest main line train station is the Haymarket which is around a 15-minute walk.
By bus: There are several buses that operate within the region of the Edinburgh Corn Exchange. Lothian buses run the number 35 bus from the town centre; from Haymarket, you can catch the number 4 or 44, all of which stop outside the venue.
By car: If you are heading in from any of the major Scottish Motorways (M8, M9, and the M90), you will find the Edinburgh Corn Exchange located just before you reach the city centre.
International: Edinburgh Airport is located less than 10 miles away and is within easy reach of Edinburgh Corn Exchange. Any bus will take you right to the venue.
There are 300 complimentary car parking spaces on offer at the venue. Some spots are reserved for Blue Badge holders specifically. Parking can also be found easily nearby as there are no parking restrictions in the vicinity.
Access for people with special needs
Edinburgh Corn Exchange offers good level access for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues. There are also disabled toilets available at the venue and guide dogs are most welcome.