Glasgow SECC

Exhibition Way, G3 8YW Glasgow
GB

Venue information

The Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC) is the perfect location for any event. It's superbly situated in Glasgow, Scotland's largest and most exciting city. The Centre provides a wide range of conference and exhibition facilities along with a 4 star hotel - all under one roof.

Sam Bailey

SECC
GLASGOW
07/02/15 / 19:00

X Factor winner Sam Bailey will be touring the UK in 2015. Buy Sam Bailey tickets at Eventim.

 
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Mary Black

SECC
GLASGOW
09/05/15 / 19:30

The Last Call Tour

 
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Address: Glasgow SECC
Exhibition Way, G3 8YW Glasgow
Public transport
Getting To SECC By Bus
First Bus 100 service from the City Centre to Kelvingrove, via the SECC and Riverside Museum. Please click here for the route and timetable.

First Bus 62 service and Arriva 26 service operate each day, approximately every 10 and 20 minutes respectively, adjacent to the SECC site. These services run from Argyle Street (62) and Finnieston Street, at the Clyde Arc Bridge (26) .
Both services travel to Glasgow City Centre and return, as follows: First bus 62 service via St Vincent Street, West George Street and Union Street Arriva 26 service via Broomielaw, Oswald Street and Glasgow Central train station.

Coach operators run services to Glasgow's Buchanan Bus Station from throughout the UK. Click here for coach travel links.

Getting To SECC By Train
3 minute journey time £1.25 return journey fare! Glasgow has the largest rail network in the UK outside London. Glasgow's Central Station is connected with every city in the UK, while Queen Street Station serves central and northern Scotland.

For the best route to the SECC use our interactive map

Once you're in Glasgow, your journey right to our front door can be completed by train. Trains run to the SECC from the city centre with a journey time of just three minutes.

First ScotRail

Exhibition Centre station is SECC's own dedicated railway station allowing easy access from the city centre and the suburbs. Six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Central Station (Platform 17 is on the lower level) will bring you to Exhibition Centre station in a journey time of just three minutes. Scotrail offer the easiest, cheapest, quickest way to get to the SECC. Trains are around every 10 minutes.

Off-Peak Day return £1.25 Call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 for timetable and price details.

Strathclyde Passenger Transport

SPT Joining up Journeys - For more travel information, route planners and booking tickets on line Click here

Taxi
There is a Glasgow Taxis rank (Hackney) pick-up and drop -off point at the East entrance adjacent to the Clyde Auditorium. There are taxi ranks throughout the city. Main pick-up points include Buchanan Bus Station, Queen Street and Central Stations and most large hotels.
An average journey from the city centre will cost around £5.00. Please note: All our driver's are enhanced disclosure checked.

Book a Taxi Online

SECC address for Online Taxi Booking form: SECC, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW

Parking

Parking At The SECC
The SECC glasgow offers onsite parking for over 2000 cars. The rate for this is £6.00 per vehicle, per visit. Payment is taken on exit, on a cash only basis. As part of the SECC Green Policy we do not issue receipts as standard practise but VAT receipts are available on request at the time of payment.
The SECC has a number of priority spaces for blue badge holders within 30m of the main entrance. These spaces are available on a first come, first served basis and normal parking rates apply.

Due to ongoing site changes at the SECC, all visitor parking is currently located to the West of our site. We realise that this may present certain difficulties, particularly for patrons with impaired mobility attending events in the Clyde Auditorium. As such, when arriving by car, patrons are advised to drop off mobility impaired passengers at the drop off point in front of the Clyde Auditorium. The driver can then proceed to parking at the west of the site, then reverse this process at the end of the event.
Please call for further enquires Tel: 0141 248 3000

Accessibility

Accessibility

The SECC main building has automatic doors at both East and West entrances. The Conference Centre has widened main entry doors, which a steward will be pleased to open for you. All halls in the main building are situated at ground level, and the upper levels of the Conference Centre, Loch Suite and Seminar Suite are all accessible by lift.

Travel by Train

If travelling by train disembark at Exhibition Centre Station. A lift is available to take you from the train station to street level. A covered walkway then leads from the station exit directly to the East entrance of the main SECC building.

Car Parking

Due to ongoing site changes at the SECC, all visitor parking is currently located to the West of our site. We realise that this may present certain difficulties, particularly for patrons with impaired mobility attending events in the Clyde Auditorium. As such, when arriving by car, patrons are advised to drop off mobility impaired passengers at the drop off point in front of the Clyde Auditorium. The driver can then proceed to parking at the west of the site, then reverse this process at the end of the event.

Wheelchairs

The Medical Centre has a limited number of wheelchairs that visitors may 'borrow' for the duration of their visit. Wheelchairs are allocated on a first come, first served basis and can be booked the day before your visit. Please note that wheelchairs can only be 'borrowed' for a day at a time. The medical team are happy to aide wheelchair users who require assistance getting to and from a location within the Centre (subject to availability), but wheelchairs should be picked up/dropped off at the Medical Centre. To book a wheelchair or for further information please email the medical team here, call them on 0141 275 6333 or drop into the Medical Centre.

Hearing Impairments

Public telephones on the concourse of the main building are available for patrons with hearing impairments and the Box Office and Reception both have an induction loop system. Induction loop systems are also available in all Loch Suite and Seminar Suite rooms, the Clyde Auditorium and in certain areas of the Hall 4 event arena.

Toilets

The SECC has wheelchair accessible toilets situated on the main concourse and in all exhibition/concert halls. Disabled toilets are also situated on all levels of the Clyde Auditorium.