How to Get Here
CCA is located in the heart of Glasgow city centre.
The venue is on Sauchiehall Street, next to the Dental Hospital.
Current timetables and public transport information can be found on www.travelinescotland.com
There are several bike racks directly outside CCA on Sauchiehall Street. For more information about cycling in the city, please see Strathclyde Cycle Campaign.
There is a bus stop outside the O2 ABC, next to CCA, where First Bus services 3, 4/4A, 18 and 19, amongst others, stop (coming from the west end of the city). Buses from the city centre and south side (First Bus services 3, 4/4A, 18 and 19) stop on Bath Street, just before the King's Theatre - a three minute journey with two level crossings from CCA. The 3 and 4/4A also stop at Hope Street by Glasgow Central train station before continuing to Bath Street.
The nearest train station is Charing Cross, which is about five minutes journey from CCA. Queen Street and Glasgow Central are around fifteen minutes away.
The closest Underground station is Cowcaddens, which is around five-ten minutes journey from CCA.
There is limited on-street metered parking on Sauchiehall Street and the surrounding area. There are two blue-badge parking spaces available on Pitt Street at the junction with Sauchiehall Street, which are in view of CCA. The nearest multi-story car park is at Charing Cross. This car park is ticketed, paid parking.
All vehicles used by Glasgow Taxis are wheelchair accessible, please call 0141 429 7070 to book.
For further access and travel information, please consult our Accessibility Guide.
If you are travelling from further afield and need a place to stay, please see this list of nearby hotels as compiled by TripAdvisor.
For further information on Glasgow's attractions and things to do, see People Make Glasgow. Visit Scotland have also produced this list of free things to do in and around Glasgow as well as their Accessible Glasgow Itineraries, featuring plans for single and multiple days-out.