Our locations Edinburgh The Yard Edinburgh The Yard is an adventure play centre for disabled children, young people and their families. You can reach The Yard team during office hours by calling us on 0131 476 4506. Opening times The Yard Edinburgh is open to our members for drop-in family play sessions every Friday and Saturday (all year round). Friday afternoon 1-3.30pm Saturday morning quiet session 10am – 12 noon (maximum 20 members)We ask families to register your interest in this session with [email protected] before you attend for the first time. Saturday afternoon 1-4pm The Yard Edinburgh is open for drop-in family play sessions every day except Sunday during the school holidays. In order to arrange your first free taster visit before you become a member, please email [email protected]. We also run early years sessions, schools sessions and respite youth clubs, by advance booking only (not drop-in). Membership After your free taster session, if you would like to keep visiting The Yard, we ask you to become a member, either with a visiting membership or regular monthly payment. Find out more about our membership options. You can use your membership for The Yard at all three of our sites - The Yard Edinburgh, The Yard Dundee and The Yard Fife. Take a virtual tour of The Yard Edinburgh Getting here We are located in Canonmills near George V Park, a 15-20 minute walk from Princes Street. 22 Eyre Place LaneEdinburghEH3 5EH Get directions via Google Maps Lothian buses 8 and 36 stop at the Broughton Road end of Eyre Place.Lothian buses 23 and 27 stop nearby on Dundas Street. Driving to The Yard Edinburgh The City of Edinburgh Council has removed the right turn option for southbound traffic on the B901 into Eyre Place (coming up the hill from Canonmills). You can still turn into Eyre Place heading north (down the hill). If you are travelling up the hill, you can continue and go right round the roundabout at Mansfield Traquair, then come back down. This is part of the Spaces for People project delivered by Sustrans on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council. Parking There is a drop-off area and disabled parking in front of our building, as well as a small car park for our visitors. We cannot guarantee space but please do not park on Eyre Place Lane - it must be kept clear for emergency vehicle access at all times. There is ample parking nearby and on surrounding streets. Thank you for understanding.