Parking in Edinburgh with APCOA

Searching for a car park in Edinburgh? Choose from the location list below and find a suitable car park today.

Edinburgh Central Travelodge

Open all day

Per hour From £ 2
Edinburgh West End

Open all day

Per day From £ 5

APCOA operates three car parks in Edinburgh, serving the city centre and surrounding areas. 

 

Our Edinburgh Waverley Bridge and Central Travelodge car parks are both convenient for the Old Town, Holyrood Park and Palace, and the Royal Terrace. Edinburgh Castle is also very close to our Waverley Bridge and Central Travelodge Car Parks—the Castle is a 15-minute walk from either location. 

 

If you’ve got kids to entertain, or just love a good museum, head to the National Museum of Scotland (10 minutes from Waverley Bridge and Central Travelodge). This magnificent Edinburgh landmark incorporates the Grand Gallery, one of the most impressive and beautiful spaces in Scotland. Four storeys high, the airy atrium of the Grand Gallery aims to represent every collection in the Museum in one place, making it the largest standalone museum installation in Britain. 

 

Continue your exploration of science and nature at Our Dynamic Earth, a spectacular attraction at the foot of the Salisbury Crags. Just 7 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh Waverley Bridge or Central Travelodge, Our Dynamic Earth is one of the city’s most popular attractions. Enter via the recreated 18th-century drawing room, where the ghost of Scottish polymath James Hutton invites you to witness the story of the universe itself. From here, you’ll travel back to the Big Bang in a Deep Time Machine, ready to witness the birth of planet Earth!

 

The St James Shopping centre, which houses over 600 brands in one place, is also close to our Waverley Bridge and Central Travelodge car parks. Head northwest for 11 minutes, and you’ll find St James Shopping on Leith Street. 

 

Get some culture at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. 7 minutes on foot from our Edinburgh West End car park, the gallery’s two buildings house more than 6,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, video works, and installations. 

 

Further afield, the Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh offers a unique oasis of tranquility and reflection. One mile from the city centre, on Inverleith Row, the Royal Botanic Garden is one of the best public gardens in the world.