As an environmentally-aware event organiser, we encourage our audiences to travel on public transport where possible, and to avoid flying if they can.
Nairn's ScotRail train station has regular services west to Inverness, and east to Aberdeen. Connections at these two stations allow for further services from Scotland's cities, as well as the Caledonian Sleeper from London. Download the ScotRail app to plan and book your trip.
Bus travel across Nairn provides easy and convenient access to most areas of the county. Nairn is serviced with nine bus routes which encompass services west to Inverness, and east to Aberdeen via Forres, Elgin, Keith, Huntly, and Inverurie.
There is plenty of parking at our main venue, the Nairn Community Arts Centre, and throughout the town. There are electric vehicle charge points at the Centre and at the central car park off King Street.
As well as regular flights to / from Stornoway, the nearby Inverness Airport's destinations include: Belfast; Birmingham; Bristol; Dublin; London (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton); and Manchester.
Both a regular ScotRail train service and Stagecoach bus link operate from Inverness Airport station to Nairn train station.
Need a ride? Check out Taxi 24/7 Nairn or Nairn Taxis.