More University buildings to open their doors to the public this month
The University of Edinburgh is opening its doors to the public as part of the Doors Open Days on 28 and 29 September.
More buildings will be open than ever this year. The newly refurbished Law Library and the award-winning Bayes Centre are among those taking part for the first time.
With over 430 years of history, the University's estate has a real mix of old, converted, listed, and contemporary buildings.
Discover which doors will be opening:
47 Potterrow, EH8 9BT
Open: Sunday 29 September, 10.30am–2.30pm
At the Bayes Centre, world-leading data science and artificial intelligence teams are shaping a better future for everyone. Working with partners, we are a proving ground for data-driven innovation to solve real-world problems through scientific enquiry, inspiring design and industrial collaboration. The ground floor atrium and seminar room will be open to visitors to find out more about the work happening at the Bayes Centre, including the NASA Valkyrie interactive touchscreen experience.
Old College, South Bridge, EH8 9YL
Open: Saturday 28 September, 10.30am–4pm
Located on the north side of the iconic Old College, Edinburgh Law School is a world-leading law school rooted in the eclectic, open and interdisciplinary intellectual traditions of Scots law. The School recently underwent a £35 million refurbishment to create state-of-the-art facilities whilst preserving the historic features of the 18th century building. Exhibits, talks and tours of the newly-refurbished building will be available*.
* Due to building restrictions, the tours and talk will be ticketed. Please book at www.law.ed.ac.uk/about-us
Download the brochure for the full catalogue of University buildings participating in the Doors Open Days: