The map above shows the location of the ICMS in The Bayes Centre, 47 Potterrow, Edinburgh and its relation to city centre landmarks. You can zoom in for more detail. Edinburgh has a compact city centre and ICMS is within reasonable walking distance of the main rail and bus stations.
Please note: We sometimes hold events at other venues in the city. If you are attending an ICMS workshop or other event, please check the location on the webpage for the event you are attending. Each event's page should give directions specific to its venue.
Bus travel in Edinburgh
Edinburgh is very well-served by public transport.
Buses all accept contactless payment and there is a daily cap of £4.00. The buses in Edinburgh are not equipped to give change. You should carry a selection of coins in order to have the exact fare.
- Lothian Buses
The largest bus company in Edinburgh. Routes 2, 3, 5, 7, 14, 23, 27, 29, 30, 31, 33, 37, 41, 42, 45, 47, 67 and 300 all pass close to through Potterrow. The fare for any single journey is a £1.80.
- First Edinburgh
First Edinburgh also provide some local bus services in the city and the surrounding towns. Many of their routes will take you to South Bridge and Nicolson Street, which are parallel to Potterrow. Fares on these buses vary according to distance and are around £1.70.
Arriving by bicycle
There are numerous bicycle racks located in the pedestrian areas close to The Bayes Centre. Edinburgh's cycle hire scheme Just Eat Cycles has bikes for hire in many locations across the City. You will need to register and download the app to use these bikes. There is a Just Eat Cycle station next door to the Bayes Centre.
Arriving by car and parking
The Bayes Centre does not have a car park. There is limited on-street parking in the area. It is expensive and designed for short stays. If, however, you have a Blue Badge for disabled parking the charges are waived.