Queensferry sits on the southern coast of The Forth at the north west boundary of Edinburgh, south of the Queensferry Crossing, Forth Road Bridge (non-motorway traffic only) and the Forth Bridge. Accessible via the M90 from north, A90 from south and east, M9 from north west and M8 from the west.
The High St is currently on a one way system from west to east, no vehicle access from Hawes Promenade end. Cycles are permitted access both directions.
Parking is available at Hawes Promenade and Hawes Brae for traffic approaching from the east. All other traffic is advised to use parking areas such as The Forth Road Bridge car park (short walk downhill), The Binks, Port Edgar (one hour limit or charges apply), on street Bo’ness Rd.
Please Note : The town can get extremely busy at weekends and peak periods, please limit vehicle travel through the town by parking at the side of town you arrive and avoid the one way diversion delays.
Serviced by Lothian Country (43), Stagecoach East Scotland (various Fife buses), First Bus (63).
Dalmeny Station sits on the UK’s East Coast Mainline and is around 15 mins walk to the Hawes Promenade (steps and country paths).
The John Muir Way runs right along Queensferry High St running east/west, the Forth Road Bridge has pedestrian wlakways and cycle lanes, the B800 has a cycle lane from Kirkliston and the NCN1 and NCN76 run through Queensferry. The High St currently has widened pavements under the Spaces for People project.
Local taxi firms are available.
Edinburgh International Airport is around 15mins drive away and connects by the Stagecoach 747 bus.
Queensferry has a historic harbour, Hawes Pier, Longcraig Pier and a marina at Port Edgar. Arriving by cruise ship? Visit here for details on getting around: https://www.cruiseforth.com/…/getting-around-south…/