How to find us
Getting to us
Planning a visit to Glasgow Science Centre? Fantastic! Here's a bird's eye view, some directions and tips for getting to us. Looking forward to seeing you soon!
*Please note that upgrading work is taking place on Bell's Bridge for a period of up to 6 months from March 2013 and at times during the renovation this bridge will be closed to the public. Access across the River Clyde is still available via the Millennium Bridge.
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Got Sat Nav? Pop in our postcode: G51 1EA
From the M8 (east or west) take junction 24 and follow brown tourist signs.
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For those more familiar with Glasgow and travelling East along the M8, it is possible to leave at Junction 19, travel down the Broomielaw, cross at the Clyde Arc ('Squinty Bridge') and travel along Govan Road and into Pacific Quay.
From the M77 stay in the left hand lane (marked Tradeston/ Kinning Park) as the motorway merges with the M8. Take the next exit (junction 21) and follow brown tourist signs.
From the Clydeside Expressway take SECC (E) exit and then follow brown tourist signs.
Parking in our secure car park costs just £3 per day. Our members (Science Passport holders) can get parking tokens for £1 at our ticket desk.
First Bus No 90 (Paisley Road West)
City Sightseeing Tour Bus (Pacific Quay)
Exhibition Centre is located on the Argyle Line with regular services running from Glasgow Central and Partick Stations. There is a covered walkway from the station to SECC, from where you walk past the Crowne Plaza Hotel and over the river to Glasgow Science Centre (5-10 mins.)
Travelling to us from North West England? Why not take the Trans Pennine Express!
The nearest station is Cessnock. Exit the station and turn left, then turn right onto Brand Street and then left onto Lorne Street. Turn left onto Pacific Drive and the entrance to Glasgow Science Centre is at the roundabout. (10-15 mins.)
Want to book tickets? Easy!
Just come down and rock up to
the front door, or call 0141 420 5000.
See you soon.
Get the lowdown on the exhibition
Why should you visit?
Great pictures - from us and from you!
Cutting-edge biomedical science
Would you like us to visit you?
Do some hands-on science