Visiting Kelvin Hall

Visit Kelvin Hall to use the Glasgow Club gym, see the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive or take a tour of the Glasgow Museums' and the Hunterian's stores. There are also temporary exhibitions, events and a cafe on the ground floor. Entry to Kelvin Hall is free.

Opening times for:

Glasgow Club

Opening Times:

  • Monday: 6am-10pm
  • Tuesday: 6am-10pm
  • Wednesday: 6am-10pm
  • Thursday: 6am-10pm
  • Friday: 6am-10pm
  • Saturday: 8am-6pm
  • Sunday: 8am-8pm

Public Transport to Kelvin Hall

We encourage visitors to use public transport or active travel to access Kelvin Hall where possible.

 

By Bus:

Kelvin Hall is easily accessible by bus - visit the Traveline Scotland website for full details and journey planners.

 

By Car:

Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street about 6 minutes from the M8.  There is on street parking and a 114 space car park on Bunhouse Road where the following charges apply. From Mon-Sun 8am-6pm: 1 hour - £1.60, 2 hours - £3.20, 3 hours - £4.80, 4 hours - £6.40, 5 hours - £8 and 10 hours £10, from 6pm -8am there is a flat rate of £2. There are blue badge spaces close to the entrance of Kelvin Hall on Bunhouse Road and on street parking where standard charges apply.

 

 

Bunhouse Road Car park has facilities for electric car charging as part of the ChargePlace Scotland public network. There are 16 Type 2 7kW chargers. 

 

By Foot:

Kelvin Hall is situated opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and is easily accessible on foot. It is around 25 minutes walk from Glasgow city centre along Sauchiehall Street. 

 

 

By Bicycle:

Kelvingrove Park forms part of the Kelvin Walkway, which links with the Glasgow Loch Lomond Clydeway and the West Highland Way.  The venue can be easily reached by bicycle and bicycle parking is available.

 

By Train:

The closest station is Partick - exit the station, turn right and Kelvin Hall is a 12 minute walk along Dumbarton Road.

By Subway:

The closest station is Kelvinhall - exit the station, turn left and Kelvin Hall is a short 5 minute walk.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • Disabled go

Glasgow Museums

Opening Times:

  • Monday: 6.30am-10pm
  • Tuesday: 6.30am-10pm
  • Wednesday: 6.30am-10pm
  • Thursday: 6.30am-10pm
  • Friday: 6.30am-10pm
  • Saturday: 10am-5pm
  • Sunday: 8am-8pm

Public Transport to Kelvin Hall

We encourage visitors to use public transport or active travel to access Kelvin Hall where possible.

 

By Bus:

Kelvin Hall is easily accessible by bus - visit the Traveline Scotland website for full details and journey planners.

 

By Car:

Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street about 6 minutes from the M8.  There is on street parking and a 114 space car park on Bunhouse Road where the following charges apply. From Mon-Sun 8am-6pm: 1 hour - £1.60, 2 hours - £3.20, 3 hours - £4.80, 4 hours - £6.40, 5 hours - £8 and 10 hours £10, from 6pm -8am there is a flat rate of £2. There are blue badge spaces close to the entrance of Kelvin Hall on Bunhouse Road and on street parking where standard charges apply.

 

 

Bunhouse Road Car park has facilities for electric car charging as part of the ChargePlace Scotland public network. There are 16 Type 2 7kW chargers. 

 

By Foot:

Kelvin Hall is situated opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and is easily accessible on foot. It is around 25 minutes walk from Glasgow city centre along Sauchiehall Street. 

 

 

By Bicycle:

Kelvingrove Park forms part of the Kelvin Walkway, which links with the Glasgow Loch Lomond Clydeway and the West Highland Way.  The venue can be easily reached by bicycle and bicycle parking is available.

 

By Train:

The closest station is Partick - exit the station, turn right and Kelvin Hall is a 12 minute walk along Dumbarton Road.

By Subway:

The closest station is Kelvinhall - exit the station, turn left and Kelvin Hall is a short 5 minute walk.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • Disabled go

National Library of Scotland

Opening Times:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Open to the public 10am-4pm
  • Wednesday: Open to the public 10am-4pm
  • Thursday: Open to the public 10am-4pm
  • Friday: Open to the public 10am-4pm
  • Saturday: Open to the public 10am-4pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Public Transport to Kelvin Hall

We encourage visitors to use public transport or active travel to access Kelvin Hall where possible.

 

By Bus:

Kelvin Hall is easily accessible by bus - visit the Traveline Scotland website for full details and journey planners.

 

By Car:

Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street about 6 minutes from the M8.  There is on street parking and a 114 space car park on Bunhouse Road where the following charges apply. From Mon-Sun 8am-6pm: 1 hour - £1.60, 2 hours - £3.20, 3 hours - £4.80, 4 hours - £6.40, 5 hours - £8 and 10 hours £10, from 6pm -8am there is a flat rate of £2. There are blue badge spaces close to the entrance of Kelvin Hall on Bunhouse Road and on street parking where standard charges apply.

 

 

Bunhouse Road Car park has facilities for electric car charging as part of the ChargePlace Scotland public network. There are 16 Type 2 7kW chargers. 

 

By Foot:

Kelvin Hall is situated opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and is easily accessible on foot. It is around 25 minutes walk from Glasgow city centre along Sauchiehall Street. 

 

 

By Bicycle:

Kelvingrove Park forms part of the Kelvin Walkway, which links with the Glasgow Loch Lomond Clydeway and the West Highland Way.  The venue can be easily reached by bicycle and bicycle parking is available.

 

By Train:

The closest station is Partick - exit the station, turn right and Kelvin Hall is a 12 minute walk along Dumbarton Road.

By Subway:

The closest station is Kelvinhall - exit the station, turn left and Kelvin Hall is a short 5 minute walk.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • Disabled go

University of Glasgow

Opening Times:

  • Monday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Tuesday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Wednesday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Thursday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Friday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Saturday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Sunday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information

Public Transport to Kelvin Hall

We encourage visitors to use public transport or active travel to access Kelvin Hall where possible.

 

By Bus:

Kelvin Hall is easily accessible by bus - visit the Traveline Scotland website for full details and journey planners.

 

By Car:

Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street about 6 minutes from the M8.  There is on street parking and a 114 space car park on Bunhouse Road where the following charges apply. From Mon-Sun 8am-6pm: 1 hour - £1.60, 2 hours - £3.20, 3 hours - £4.80, 4 hours - £6.40, 5 hours - £8 and 10 hours £10, from 6pm -8am there is a flat rate of £2. There are blue badge spaces close to the entrance of Kelvin Hall on Bunhouse Road and on street parking where standard charges apply.

 

 

Bunhouse Road Car park has facilities for electric car charging as part of the ChargePlace Scotland public network. There are 16 Type 2 7kW chargers. 

 

By Foot:

Kelvin Hall is situated opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and is easily accessible on foot. It is around 25 minutes walk from Glasgow city centre along Sauchiehall Street. 

 

 

By Bicycle:

Kelvingrove Park forms part of the Kelvin Walkway, which links with the Glasgow Loch Lomond Clydeway and the West Highland Way.  The venue can be easily reached by bicycle and bicycle parking is available.

 

By Train:

The closest station is Partick - exit the station, turn right and Kelvin Hall is a 12 minute walk along Dumbarton Road.

By Subway:

The closest station is Kelvinhall - exit the station, turn left and Kelvin Hall is a short 5 minute walk.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • Disabled go

Play and Climb

Opening Times:

  • Monday: Temporarily Closed
  • Tuesday: Temporarily Closed
  • Wednesday: Temporarily Closed
  • Thursday: Temporarily Closed
  • Friday: Temporarily Closed
  • Saturday: Temporarily Closed
  • Sunday: Temporarily Closed

Public Transport to Kelvin Hall

We encourage visitors to use public transport or active travel to access Kelvin Hall where possible.

 

By Bus:

Kelvin Hall is easily accessible by bus - visit the Traveline Scotland website for full details and journey planners.

 

By Car:

Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street about 6 minutes from the M8.  There is on street parking and a 114 space car park on Bunhouse Road where the following charges apply. From Mon-Sun 8am-6pm: 1 hour - £1.60, 2 hours - £3.20, 3 hours - £4.80, 4 hours - £6.40, 5 hours - £8 and 10 hours £10, from 6pm -8am there is a flat rate of £2. There are blue badge spaces close to the entrance of Kelvin Hall on Bunhouse Road and on street parking where standard charges apply.

 

 

Bunhouse Road Car park has facilities for electric car charging as part of the ChargePlace Scotland public network. There are 16 Type 2 7kW chargers. 

 

By Foot:

Kelvin Hall is situated opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and is easily accessible on foot. It is around 25 minutes walk from Glasgow city centre along Sauchiehall Street. 

 

 

By Bicycle:

Kelvingrove Park forms part of the Kelvin Walkway, which links with the Glasgow Loch Lomond Clydeway and the West Highland Way.  The venue can be easily reached by bicycle and bicycle parking is available.

 

By Train:

The closest station is Partick - exit the station, turn right and Kelvin Hall is a 12 minute walk along Dumbarton Road.

By Subway:

The closest station is Kelvinhall - exit the station, turn left and Kelvin Hall is a short 5 minute walk.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • Disabled go
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