Parking for Surgeons Hall Museums
While it might be one of the more peculiar of Edinburgh’s attractions, the Surgeons Hall Museums are certainly one of the most popular. One of Scotland’s oldest museums, the Surgeons Hall Museums first opened in the late 15th Century, exhibiting ‘natural and artificial curiosities'. From there, it expanded to absorb other collections, from the likes of John Barclay and Sir Charles Bell, to become the UK's most significant and most historic collection of antiquities and artefacts from the world of pathology.
Our Edinburgh Holyrood Road car park is little more than five minutes' walk from the Surgeons Hall Museums. It's also conveniently located to allow parking close to other popular attractions, such as the Pleasance Theatre and Holyrood Park. Park up and enjoy a leisurely day, exploring all that this part of Edinburgh has to offer. Book your car park space in advance, and you can enjoy further benefits, including:
- Saving money on our ‘pay for the day’ rates
- A guaranteed car park space
- Dedicated parking for disabled drivers
The Surgeons Hall Museums are recommended for anyone over ten years of age and offer a fascinating insight into the history of pathology. Find out more about the exhibitions and events taking place at the Surgeons Hall Museums.