On Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September, you can explore some of the University’s most interesting buildings – for free.
The University is taking part in the annual Edinburgh Doors Open Day, one of the city’s most popular free events.
It gives people the chance to lift the curtain on some of the capital’s most important architectural, social and cultural buildings.
We are opening doors across campus, allowing access to a variety of buildings, including artistic and scientific centres.
Each building is providing information to help visitors learn more about its history, design and day-to-day function. Some are putting on activities for visitors.
A highlight will be the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic at Little France.
The Clinic has been funded through a generous donation from author JK Rowling in memory of her mother.
It provides a welcoming environment for people with neurological conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neurone Disease.
The facility aims to discover treatments that slow progression of these conditions.
In the central area, the historical hub of the University, attractions include:
At King’s Buildings, home to the University’s College of Science and Engineering, you can visit: