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Accessible Glasgow

Glasgow Convention Bureau and partners provide a range of information on accessibility in and around the city

People Make Glasgow… Accessible

Glasgow City Council and its partners are committed to making the city accessible to all residents and visitors.

Find out what accessible venues are available.

We want to hear from you, learn about your delegates’ needs and how we can assist with your meeting in Glasgow. Please contact us to discuss your requirements in full with our team.

Accessible online guides


AccessAble works to give you detailed and accurate information on places to visit. Their website is used by over 1.8 million people.

Information is available on their website or by downloading their App on iPhone or Android.

View Glasgow's AccessAble guide.

Find out how to use AccessAble.

Euan’s Guide

Euan’s Guide is a disabled access review site. It aims to open up towns and cities to people with disabilities everywhere.

Browse reviews of venues in Scotland, all written by disabled people and their friends and families.

Visit Euan's Guide's website.



Glasgow Airport

In 2019 Glasgow's International Airport received the highest rating of 'very good' from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CCA) for disability access.

Visit Glasgow Airport's website for detailed information on accessibility.


ScotRail operate Scotland's railway. The 2 main stations in Glasgow are Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central Station. Visit Scotrail's website for more information on accessible rail travel.

Glasgow Taxis

Glasgow Taxis are the largest supplier of licensed taxis in the city. All their vehicles are wheelchair accessible. Plus, their taxi drivers receive training to ensure they can provide the best possible service for all.

Visit the Glasgow Taxis website for more information.

First Bus

First Bus operate bus services throughout the city, including the Glasgow Airport Express. Visit the FirstBus website for detailed accessibility advice.


Autism friendly city centre

Glasgow City Council works in partnership with Autism Network Scotland and the Autism Resource Centre. In 2018 they evaluated autism friendly venues within the city centre to create an interactive map.

Explore the Autism Awareness Venues map to find autism friendly spaces.


Planning to explore Scotland? 

VisitScotland provides information for visitors planning a trip to Glasgow and the rest of Scotland.  Visit for access information in Scotland's towns and cities.

Get in touch

Get in touch to discuss how we can help make your conference as accessible as possible. Visit our 'contact us' page for more information.

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