Roseburn is a suburb of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.[1]

The area lies in the west of the city, approximately a 20-minute walk from the city centre, beyond Haymarket and close to the Murrayfield area (and Murrayfield Stadium). It is immediately to the south of the A8 road.

The Water of Leith flows along one side of Roseburn Park next to the Water of Leith Walkway. Other boundaries to the park are Murrayfield Stadium and Murrayfield Ice Rink. The park is used for football in the winter and cricket in the summer. It has a small play area popular with pre-school and young children. The park is popular with dog walkers.

Roseburn Primary School offers education for children from Nursery to Primary 7. The main building is Victorian and has listed building status.

Businesses located in Roseburn include bars, restaurants, take aways, groceries, art work, jewellery, flowers, home furnishings, pharmaceutical goods, furniture, cars and hairdressing.


Roseburn is served by Lothian Buses services 12, 26, 31, and the Airlink (100), First Scotland East services 21 & 22 and Murrayfield tram stop.


  1. ^ Bell, Raymond MacKean (2017). Literary Corstorphine: A reader's guide to West Edinburgh. Edinburgh: Leamington Books. ISBN 9780244644406. 

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Coordinates: 55°56′44.27″N 3°14′4.32″W / 55.9456306°N 3.2345333°W / 55.9456306; -3.2345333