Date: 8th Oct 2016
Time: 10-10.30am start
This Scottish Polish Cultural Association will be organising a visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, home of Scotland’s kings and queens for over five hundred years and still in use today, on Saturday 8th October.
The trip includes a guided tour of the historic and state apartments of the palace building (including a private chamber that is not available to the visiting public), a brief visit to the temporary Fashioning a Reign clothing exhibition, and coffee and pastries in the Palace cafe afterwards.
Location: The Palace of Holyroodhouse, situated at the foot of the Royal Mile. Meet on Abbey Strand (the cobbled road stretch just in front of the gates)
Postcode: EH8 8DX
Parking: There is a (paid) car park to the south of the Palace building.
Public transport: Buses 35 and 6 stop just outside the Palace. Many services go along North Bridge, around 10-15 minutes walk up the Royal Mile.
£12 for fully paid-up SPCA Members
£17 for non-Members
£10 for Under 17s
(Young children under 5 years free)
If you would like to join or re-join the SPCA, adult membership is only £10 per year: see details on our website:
All places must be pre-booked (for security reasons we will need all visitors’ names as soon as possible), and there will be a limit of 25 places (not counting under-5s)
Lothian Buses route maps