Associated organisations

Whitelee Windfarm visitor centre

We are operating and managing this exciting new interpretive centre under contract from Scottish Power Renewables. The Whitelee Windfarm Centre website contains the most up-to-date information.

The Scottish Science Centres Network

This comprises:

Each operates as a separate entity, to educate, inspire and attract visitors from across Scotland, providing a collaborative approach across the spectrum of Scotland's informal science education initiatives, such as touring schools outreach, festivals and initiatives promoting science careers.

By working collaboratively the network aims to share best practice, drive up commercial performance, and provide a more cohesive approach to science education, complementing the formal provision in schools and further and higher education.

In addition, the centres will work more closely with other science and society initiatives, not just to raise awareness of scientific issues and encourage a science-literate public, but also to educate and inspire our children.

The Scottish Science Centres Network Strategy:2005-09 is available from the Scottish Government website.

Glasgow Science Centre acknowledges the support of the European Regional Development Fund who were instumental in enabling the overall development project.

European Regional Development Fund: Investing in Your Future

Glasgow City of Science

Glasgow Science Centre is proud to support

What's next?


Want to book tickets? Easy!

Just come down and rock up to
the front door, or call 0141 420 5000.

See you soon.


Glasgow Science Centre