Train and Underground
Glasgow’s main national railway stations are Queen Street Station and Glasgow Central Station. Trains from England and Wales come into Glasgow Central. Trains from Edinburgh come into Queen Street.
Strathclyde University is approximately an 8 minute walk from Queen Street Station and a 15 minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. The nearest underground station is Buchanan Street.
The nearest local railway station to CCA and Terrence Higgins Trust is Charing Cross Station. The nearest subway station is Cowcaddens. Both stations are around a 7-10 minute walk away.
The easiest way to get to Kinning Park Complex from Glasgow Queen Street and Central station is by underground. The nearest subway station to KPC is Kinning Park and it's only 1 minute walk away from the Underground to the venue.
For further information on local railway routes go to the Traveline Scotland website.
Glasgow's main national bus station is Buchanan Street station. The main bus operator in Glasgow for local buses is First bus. To plan your bus journey visit the First Bus or the Traveline Scotland website. .
Glasgow International Airport is the closest airport to the city centre. Some main operators that fly into Glasgow International are Easy Jet, Fly Globespan, KLM, British Airways, Flybe, BMI.
The easiest way to get into the city centre from Glasgow International is by bus:
Service 500 (First Group) - Services run roughly every 15 minutes and journey time from airport to the bus station is 25 minutes.
Service 747 (First Group) - Services run roughly every 20 minutes and journey time from airport to the bus station is 55 minutes.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport is further away from the city centre. The main operator that flies into Glasgow Prestwick is Ryanair, from a variety of European locations.
The easiest way to get into the city centre from Glasgow Prestwick is by train.
If you’d like to come but something makes that difficult for you, or if you have specific questions about the accessibility of the various venues or the events, we would love to hear from you. Please get in touch with Arika and we will try our best to help - email@example.com or 0131 556 0878.
The Graham Hills building is easy to find and is signposted outside. Once inside go past reception and turn left to go left to the elevators. There is a wheelchair elevator to get to the level where the main elevators are. Room GH554 is on the 5th floor and has flexible seating.
Wheelchair accessible with Gender Neutral and accessible toilet facilities
The Main building and Cinema is wheelchair accessible with Gender Neutral and accessible toilet facilities
Kinning Park Complex
To enter the venue go around the back of the large red sandstone old school building that is at the end of Cornwall Street near to the Underground station. There is a ramp up to two sets of doors at the main entrance. If you need a hand, please ring the buzzer.
The main hall where activities will take place is wheelchair accessible with Gender Neutral and accessible toilet facilities
Terrence Higgins Trust
The entrance to Breckenridge House is on Sauchiehall Street. Go past the reception to the elevator and take it up to the 3rd floor. Terrence Higgins Trust is on the left. There is a reception and the room we will be in has a capacity of sixty people with flexible seating.
The venue is Wheelchair accessible with Gender Neutral and accessible toilet facilities