In light of the recent developments regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture is currently closed to the public for the safety of our staff and visitors.
Over this time we will be working to host online exhibitions and will continue to showcase wonderful works by Scottish artists from our Collections and across our networks of artist programmes, via our websites and social media platforms.
The Academy thanks you for your support and encouragement at this difficult time and trusts that we will see you back in our exhibitions soon. We hope that you stay safe and enjoy our exhibitions, collections and artists’ programmes online whilst we are closed.
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The Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture
The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL
Tel: 0131 624 6110
Gallery Opening Hours
Mon to Sat 10 – 5pm, Sun 12 – 5pm
Mon to Fri 9:30 – 5pm
By Bus – All City Centre/Princes Street buses pass the
Royal Scottish Academy.
By Train – The Royal Scottish Academy is a few minutes’
walk from Waverley Station. Take the Waverley Bridge exit, and
walk the short distance through Princes Street Gardens.
By Tram – The Royal Scottish Academy is just across the
road from the Princes Street tram stop.
By Car – Follow routes for City Centre and City Centre Attractions. There is no car park at the gallery, and very limited
on-street parking near the venue. We recommend that you park
your car in one of the many City Centre car parks instead.
Access – Disabled access is at the rear of the Royal Scottish Academy building,
opposite the entrance to the National Galleries of Scotland building
Granton Art Centre
242 West Granton Road
Mon to Fri 9.30 – 5pm
Visits by appointment only.
The RSA collections are housed in the Granton Art Centre,
within the National Museum of Scotland’s Collection Centre.
By Train – Alight at Haymarket or Waverley and catch a bus
or taxi to Granton
By Car – Granton Art Centre has a free car park, with disabled parking facilities.
Access – The RSA collections have full disabled access. Wheelchair access to Granton Art Centre is from the car park via the main entrance. All parts of the building are accessible by wheelchair.