King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is definitely the place you must visit in Glasgow! This is one of the best and stylish clubs, primarily serving as a live music venue. Since it was opened in 1990, King Tut's has seen Oasis, Blur, Radiohead
and many other great shows. There are also a number of festivals, hosted in King Tut's regularly. In 2011, it was named Britain’s Best Small Venue. The venue has got the capacity of 300 seats.
The location of King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is perfectly accessible by public transport, so there may be no need to get a taxi.
By train and tube: The venue is in immediate proximity Glasgow Central Rail Station and Charing Cross Rail Station. The closest subway stations are St George's Cross and Cowcaddens.
By bus: Take bus routes 9 or 62 to get to King Tut's, depending on your point of departure.
By car: Getting to King Tut’s by car is very easy. You may just drive along the M8 motorway. If you are driving from the airport, for example, you will arrive in about 10 minutes. However, the venue strongly advises against driving there, because of the lack of parking facilities.
International: you can get to Charing Cross Rail Station (see above) directly from Glasgow International airport - just jump line 500 bus route.
There is a lack of on-street parking spaces near King Tut's Wah Wah Hut. Because the venue doesn’t have its own car park, disabled parking is not available. The closest car park is Q-Park Waterloo Street. Overall, it has got 660 spaces, but only 2 of them are dedicated for disabled parking.
Access for people with special needs
There is the wheelchair access, but you should notify the venue beforehand. Please, mind that King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is an upstairs venue. Unfortunately, there are no disabled toilets. The venue doesn’t offer assistance loops for the hearing impaired.