Please note the Engine Shed will be closed all day to the public on Thursday 19 September, Friday 20 September and Saturday 21 September.
We are open Monday to Saturday, 10am - 4pm. We are closed Sundays.
You’ll be spoiled for choice by our café menu, featuring toasted deli sandwiches, soups, cakes and more.
You can also buy coffee, tea and cold drinks, to sit in or to take away.
We don't stock single use disposable cups or soup containers. If you're looking for a takeaway soup or drink please help us reduce waste and protect the environment by bringing your own reusable.
A range of gifts designed exclusively for the Engine Shed are available to buy in our shop. You can also purchase copies of our publications.
Visitors will have free access to our public Wi-Fi network, making it easy to stay connected while at the Engine Shed.
Group rest space
Our indoor lunch area can accommodate up to 35 people. You can ask to book the group rest space when booking a group visit.
Photography and filming
Images, footage or sound recording taken for personal use on a smartphone or small handheld equipment will generally not require permission from Historic Environment Scotland.
Permission will be required if the photography, filming or sound recording:
- is for public broadcast whether on TV, radio or online
- is for commercial purposes
- is for students/school children for educational projects
- requires excessive equipment, e.g. full-size tripod(s), lighting stand(s), electric cables and/or significant number of crew
The length of time required to plan the activity and issue permissions will vary based on the details and complexity of the proposal, but please allow for at least 10 working days.
You can find more information on our filming guidance and how to apply.
Images and/or footage taken using a UAV (drone) or kite will not be permitted without prior consent.
Find out about UAV filming.
Find out about car and coach parking.