Getting to the Fair in Glasgow
Glasgow’s Central Station is connected with every city in the UK, while Queen Street Station serves central and northern Scotland.
Exhibition Station is the SECC’s own dedicated railway station allowing easy access from the city centre and the suburbs. There are four trains an hour from Central Station (Platform 14) that will bring you to the Fair in under 10 minutes.
For timetables and travel information visit: www.firstscotrail.com.
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There are taxi ranks throughout the city and can drop you off at the SECC's main entrance. Pick-up points include Bucahnan Bus Station, Queen Street and Central railway stations, as well as most of the larger hotels in the city centre. An average journey to the SECC will cost approximately £5 each way.
From the M8 motorway leave at Junction 19 and join the Clydeside Expressway.
There is a multi-storey car park which is available. Please follow this link for more information.
PUBLIC/VISITORS/ BLUE BADGE HOLDERS
The multi storey car park will be in use for this event and has approx. 60 Blue Badge parking spaces.
Tariff Rates in the MSCP Monday to Sunday are:
1 hour £3.50
12 hours £7.00
13 hours £10.50
14 Hours £14.00
For further enquires: 0141 248 3000.
Glasgow’s International Airport is served by these airlines:
The airport is less than 15 minutes in a taxi by direct motorway link from the SECC. Citylink's new hotel hopair service links Glasgow Airport with the SECC, George Square and select city centre hotels.