Glasgow Royal Concert Hall opened in 1990. It is one of the most prestigious music venues in Scotland. The Hall is perfect for all the kinds of musical performances: from classics to pop music. Julian Lloyd Webber, The Saint Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and many others gave their concerts there. The Hall includes a number of performance spaces, the largest of which are The Main Auditorium (2475 seats) and Strathclyde Suite (500 seats).
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is located on Sauchiehall Street, which is highly accessible for all means of transport.
By train and tube: The nearest rail stations are Queen Street Station and Central Station. If you get there by tube, it will take you less than five minutes to walk from Buchanan Street Subway Station to the venue.
By bus: You may take bus routes 68, 128, 329, 334, 398, CB1 and head to Buchanan Street Bus Station that is really close to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
By car: First, drive along the M8 motorway. Then, you may choose either to go via Port Dundas Road, Killermont Street or A804 (and then turn to Port Dundas Road).
International: Take bus route 500 from the Stance 1 at Glasgow International Airport and head to the bus stop before Dundas Street. It will take you about five minutes walk to get from the stop, but the journey can take more than twenty minutes. So, you may take a taxi instead.
The closest car park is on Concert Square. This is a 24/7, multi-storey parking. The disabled spaces are also available.
Access for people with special needs
The venue is accessible for those with mobility difficulties. If you come by car or by taxi, make sure to arrive at the Killermont Street entrance, which is the best for wheelchair access. It is really important that the venue provides hearing assistance systems for the hearing impaired. So, everyone can get the full range of emotions caused by absorbing music.