Venue DescriptionClose to the National Museum of Scotland and the University of Edinburgh, Greyfriars Kirk is a beautiful, landmark building in the heart of the city. It has been a site of worship for 4 centuries and has played a prominent role in many of the most notable chapters of Edinburgh and Scotland's history. Today it is a parish church and a world class concert venue, as well as, an important heritage site. The surrounding Kirkyard is the resting place of many prominent citizens, including James Hutton, Robert Adam, Mary Erskine and Henry Mackenzie.
Level access to the Kirk and Museum. Some cobbles on the path through the Kirkyard. Disabled toilets available.
In 2018 the Kirk was awarded the prestigious 4 Star visitor attraction status by the Scottish Tourist Board / Visit Scotland.
We have a large toilet with hand rails and level access at the West end of the Kirk.
Welcomers are on hand all the time to assist with access.
Information about COVID precautions has not been added for this venue.
The venue says it has...
- Accessible Format
- Disabled Access
- Induction Loop
- Large Print
- Disabled Parking
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