How to get here
Location and how to get to The Roslin Institute.
The Institute forms part of the University of Edinburgh's Easter Bush Veterinary Campus, approximately 7miles/11km south of the centre of the City of Edinburgh.
At the heart of a growing cluster of bioscience organisations, the Institute has good transport links with Edinburgh, other parts of Scotland, and international destinations.
From the North, West, and East, join the Edinburgh City bypass (A720). Take the bypass to Straiton Interchange and follow the A701 (sign-posted for Penicuik and Pe ebles) past IKEA, to Bilston. Continue straight on at the Bilston mini-roundabout and take a right at the lights onto A703, Seafield Moor Road. Take the next left and follow the road until you get to the Easter Bush Campus.
The journey time from the centre of Edinburgh is 20-30mins. The taxi fare for this journey is approximately £20.
Easter Bush Campus has a range of bus routes serving it, providing connections to key locations within Edinburgh City Centre and across the Lothians.
Numerous other services operate along the A701 and A702, approximately 20 minutes' walk from the Campus.
More information is available from the University's Transport and Parking Office.
The nearest mainline station to Roslin is Edinburgh Waverley, which has regular services to all parts of the United Kingdom. Timetable information is available from Network Rail. Near Waverley station you can take buses 15, 37, and 67 directly to The Roslin Institute. The journey time is 45-60 minutes.
Edinburgh Airport is approximately 8miles (13km) west of the City Centre and approximately 19miles (31km) north-west of Roslin. Airport Information can be contacted on 0131 333 1000.
There is an airport taxi rank at the Terminal and a regular Airport Bus service to the City Centre (Waverley Bridge). The taxi fare for this journey is approximately £27. Car hire is also available at the airport. The journey time to the City Centre is about 30 minutes, and to Roslin is 20 minutes.