At the moment we are only able to offer daytime room hires – however we maybe able to extend this for certain groups or event so do call us MAX 30 PEOPLE
The former Slateford School building on Lanark Road has been transformed into the fascinating Water of Leith Visitor Centre and home of the Water of Leith Conservation Trust.
The main part of the building houses a fantastic Interactive Exhibition about the river and its wildlife, which is open to the public everyday from 10 am to 4 pm, with a community cafe. In addition we have the yellow room (a large open hall / classroom) which is available for hire, when not being used by visiting school groups. Facilities include: toilets, disabled access, kitchen and office space.
The Water of Leith Visitor Centre is a unique setting for meetings, small training courses and social engagements. Our friendly and helpful staff will ensure your occasion runs seamlessly. We represent value for money and originality.
Our bright, light and lively classroom can be hired for workshops, training courses, talks and receptions for up to 30 people.
The Water of Leith Conservation Trust, can provide fresh coffee, teas and biscuits from £3.00 per person. You are welcome to arrange your own catering or bring you own food along for the meeting or event.
The Visitor Centre is conveniently situated on A70 Lanark Road, near Slateford Railway Station and main bus routes.