If you like to dance, rock and party, there is a place in Glasgow you need to visit. The Garage is the largest nightclub in Scotland. It is also a well-known live music venue. Many famous artists, like Belly
and No Zodiac, performed there. The Garage can welcome up to 300 people at once. The venue was opened in 1994, and since then it has become a landmark on the map of entertainment in Glasgow.
The Garage is situated in the heart of Glasgow, so any way of transportation can be used to get there.
By train and tube: The city centre is equally accessible by train and by underground. The nearest rail station is Charing Cross Low Level Station. If you are going by tube, head to Charing Cross Underground Station.
By bus: Take bus routes 15, 17, 77, 369, 833, N2 and head to the bus stop near Garnet Street. It is the closest one to The Garage.
By car: Drive along M8 or A804 and turn to Sauchiehall Street. See a big yellow truck? The Garage is right there.
International: Take First 77 Hospital Connect from the Glasgow International Airport (Stance 6). If you don’t want to wait for a bus, you can also take a taxi and save some time. Remember that taxis are wheelchair accessible.
You can park the car just outside the venue for free. The parking is available after 6 p.m., which is fine because the majority of gigs begin a little later. The Blue Badge parking is not available; however, there is a convenient drop-off point right at the entrance.
Access for people with special needs
The venue is wheelchair available, but there is no lift, which makes it difficult to enter the attic. There are accessible toilets. Unfortunately, no special equipment is provided for hearing and visually impaired ones.