How to Get to GSC
Get your step count up and enjoy stunning views of the Clydeside as you stroll. Glasgow Science Centre is pretty easy to walk to, as it’s well served by public footpaths. It only takes about 30 minutes to walk along the riverside from the heart of the City Centre.
- If you would rather jump on the bike, Glasgow Science Centre is close to National Cycle Route 7. For details of cycling routes, visit Sustrans.
- There is a Glasgow City Public Bicycle Hire Station, operated by Nextbike located at Glasgow Science Centre where you can rent, park, or return. N.B. There is a new temporary location for this on Pacific Drive/Pacific Quay, at the traffic lights leading to GSC and the BBC during COP26.
- Plus, there are cycle stands located by the car park close to the entrance at Glasgow Science Centre.
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. (20-25 mins.)
The Exhibition Centre train station is located on the Argyle Line with regular services running from Glasgow Central and Partick stations. Follow signs through the covered walkway from the station to the SEC, and then on to crossing the river using either Bells Bridge or the Millennium Bridge, before a short walk to the science centre. (12-15 mins).
- From the M8 (east or west), take Junction 24 and follow the brown tourist signs.
- For those more familiar with Glasgow and travelling East along the M8, it’s 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 the brown tourist signs.
- From the Clydeside Expressway, take SECC (E) exit and then follow the brown tourist signs.
50 Pacific Quay