Visitor accessibility and facilities
We welcome all visitors and have endeavoured to ensure that our facilities throughout Glasgow Science Centre are accessible to everyone.
Map of the Science Centre
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Ample parking is available for mobility-impaired visitors. See our car parking tariff.
Entrance and Exits
The main entrances and exit to Glasgow Science Centre are wheel chair accessible.
Wheelchairs are available from the Ticket Desk. Please ask a member of GSC staff if you require a manual wheelchair for the duration of your visit to the Centre. Please note this is available on a first come first serve basis.
Toilets and baby changing areas
Fully accessible toilets and baby changing areas are available within all areas:
- Science Mall– Ground Floor, Floor 2 and Floor 3
- IMAX- Ground Floor
Parents with babies or toddlers
We are a breastfeeding friendly establishment. Facilities are available for heating baby food and drinks in our main café and highchairs are available for families with young children. Please ask our staff should you require any assistance.
We have a first aid room on the ground floor and kits available in all areas of the Centre.
All lifts within the Science Mall can accommodate 1 wheelchair (up to Class 2) and 1 carer.
- IMAX - located in the foyer and giving access to the rear of the auditorium (door opening 100 cm, depth 130 cm);
- Science Mall – very large, multi-person lift near the ticket desk and a smaller lift (door opening 80 cm, depth 150 cm) between the escalators and entrance to Tower.
In the seated theatre spaces within the Centre, there are spaces allocated for wheelchair users:
- IMAX- 4 spaces
- Science Show Theatre-6 spaces
- Auditorium- 4 spaces
- Planetarium- 6 spaces
Please call our Contact Centre on 0141 420 5000 when making your booking and we make arrangements for you.
All areas within the building are well equipped to deal with the evacuation of mobility impaired visitors should the need arise. Refuge areas are located in each of the Science Mall floors. Evac-chairs are also positioned in both Mall and IMAX buildings.
Hearing Impaired Visitors
Induction Loops are available in the IMAX cinema, Front Desk, Auditorium and Science Show Theatre. Please switch Hearing Aids to the ‘T’ position to use this facility. 10 individual hearing loops are available on request for visitors in The Planetarium.
All paying visitors who require special assistance are offered free admission for their carer to all areas.
We welcome assistance dogs to Glasgow Science Centre.
If you have any further enquiries, please contact us on 0141 420 5000 or email.
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