Yes. We understand that for people with sensory, autism spectrum conditions or additional needs a visit to a busy shopping centre like ours can be a daunting experience. To make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible we’ve introduced free sensory backpacks which you can collect, as well as a free complimentary visual social story to download.
Yes. We have a dedicated outdoor children’s play area which you will find central to Fort Kinnaird, just outside Caffe Nero. Recently developed, it is fully enclosed and equipped with lots of inclusive and fun play equipment.
Greggs, Subway, McDonald's can all be found at Fort Kinnaird.
Fort Kinnaird offers casual family dining at a number of restaurants. Closing times can be found on each restaurant's website.
Fort Kinnaird provides designated areas for staff to park.
No, there are no electric charging points at Fort Kinnaird.
No, we would advise customers with motorbikes/motorcycles to use regular parking bays.
We have a number of bike parking locations around Fort Kinnaird. You can find these in the following locations:
In front of Mothercare
In front of Fat Face
Next to Smyths
In front of Cafe Nero
In front of Pizza Hut
In front of Customer Services
In front of SCS
Next to TKMaxx and Starbucks
Next to M&S
Between Primark and McDonald's
The car park is open 24 hours, 7 days week.
There aren't marked bays for large vehicles/vans/motorhomes/ coaches however please contact customer services in advance if this is the case.
Car parking is free at Fort Kinnaird.
Yes, Fort Kinnaird has family/children parking bays. These can be found adjacent to disabled bays within certain areas of the centre.
Yes, Fort Kinnaird has disabled bays throughout the centre in front of most stores and restaurants.
If you're traveling by car, use satnav postcode: EH15 3RD.
If you're traveling from the North use A1 Motorway Northbound. Exit at the Newcraighall Junction. Fort Kinnaird is visible to the front off the ramp.
If you're traveling from the South use A7/A68. Join A750 City Bypass at the Sherrifhall Roundabout. Head East following the signs for Edinburgh East and North, Leith. Join A1(M) at the Old Craighall junction Northbound still following signs for Edinburgh East and North. Exit A1 at the next junction - Newcraighall.
Yes, If you're looking to travel to Fort Kinnaird by bike, you can plan your journey via the Cycle Streets journey planner.
Yes - There are regular train services from Edinburgh Haymarket and Waverley stations to nearby Newcraighall station.
No, there are no lockers available at Fort Kinnaird.
No, Fort Kinnaird doesn't have a quiet room.