The Glasgow School of Art is located in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city.
The Garnethill Campus is approximately 20 minutes walk from Glasgow's Central and Queen Street mainline railway stations. The nearest local railway station is Charing Cross and the nearest subway station is Cowcaddens. The School is easily accessed from all major approach roads, including the M8 motorway, and only 20 minutes by bus or taxi from Glasgow International Airport.
Car parking in the streets surrounding the GSA is subject to a voucher system operated by the City Council (from 8am to 10pm every day). Vouchers may be purchased at local participating shops. The nearest public car parks are located at Cambridge Street, Concert Square (next to Buchanan Bus Station), Dundasvale (next to Stewart Street Police Station) or Sauchiehall Street (access via Bath Street).
The Skypark campus is located at Skypark, Finnieston, approximately 20 minutes' walk from Garnethill. A regular bus service runs between the campuses and you can find more details on travel to Skypark, including details of our student and staff shuttle bus service on our Campus Redevelopment site here or downloadable from the Skypark website here
The Hub Building is located at Pacific Quay, Glasgow Digital Media Quarter. If you are driving using the M8 motorway, take juntion 24 and follow the street signs to the Glasgow Science Centre. The Hub is located next door.
Visitors using public transport can use the SECC Exhibition Centre Train Station (Argyle Line); the variety of bus routes which serve the area and within 1km of the Hub - the following services provide connections to north and south sides of the river at regular intervals - 3, 23, 23A, 24, 25, 36, 38, 39, 54, 55, 56, 89, 90 and 121; the subway, using Cessnock Subway Station which is only a few minutes walk or cycle - the CTC/Sustrans Cycle Route passes within 500m of the hub and bike parking is available.
Through a Northern Lens public study afternoon exploring ideas, histories & questions attached to the ‘North' 23/10 https://t.co/DMnfsskNcP