Travel & Parking

Getting to the Show

There are many easy ways to get to Scotland's Trade Fair Autumn.

The SEC has unparalleled accessibility via multiple transportation links, including major roadways, railways, and airports.

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The Scottish Event Campus (SEC) is situated in the heart of Glasgow, just off the M8 motorway. Leave the M8 at junction 19 and join the westbound Clydeside Expressway (A814). Westbound on the Expressway (A814) take the cut off for the campus. Turn left at traffic lights and take the right lane to access multi-storey parking.

Sat Nav post code: G3 8GS

The Glasgow City Centre Low Emission Zone (LEZ) is currently in force. All vehicles entering the city centre zone area must now meet the less-polluting emission standards or face a penalty charge. For more information see



The only on-site car park is the multi-storey at Stobcross Road, G3 8GS, which is operated by Glasgow City Council. Further information is available from the operator’s website

The multi-storey car park is open 24 hours and has designated disabled blue badge parking bays and payment of the car park tariff is required before you exit. 

The multi-storey car park has an accessible walkway that takes you directly to the SEC. Lifts are available to gain access to each level of the carpark as well as for exiting and entering the car park walkway.

PLEASE NOTE: You can find alternative parking locations here.


Scotrail is the main operator in Scotland. Check ScotRail’s latest timetables or download the ScotRail app by texting ‘ScotRail’ to 86688.

Once in the city centre, the SEC is a three-minute train ride from Glasgow Central. If you arrive at Queen Street, you’ll need to walk (5-10 minutes) or get a bus to Central to continue your journey by train.

The SEC has its own dedicated railway station – Exhibition Centre – allowing easy access from the city centre and suburbs. There are six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Glasgow Central station, departing from Platform 17 (low level).

Strathclyde Passenger Transport operates the Glasgow Subway providing quick and convenient connections from 15 points across the city (the St. Enoch stop is a few minutes’ walk from Central Station for onward transfer to the SEC).