Space for Everyone: Glasgow

Space for Everyone: Glasgow

Glasgow is the next stop on the UK Space Agency's Space for Everyone Tour! We’re landing on George Square in center city.

Join us to discover the important role of space in our everyday lives and dive into the vast array of space-related jobs in the UK space industry. The best part is the tour is completely free and there’s no need to book in advance.

Simply turn up within the opening hours and immerse yourself in the endless possibilities of space!

Find us

We will be located at George Square.



This is how you get there by Foot, Rail, & Car.

By Foot:

From Buchanan Galleries shopping centre, depending on which way you are coming from, come out onto Cathedral Street. George Square is to the South, so if you are coming out from Burger King, turn right, and if you are coming from Starbucks, turn left.

Follow this road straight down to George Street and then turn Left.

George Square is across the road, you shouldnt be able to miss it.

By Rail:

From Glasgow Queen, turn Left onto George Street. Continue left.

If you cross the road, you should be able to walk out onto George Square.

By Car:

If you are driving, it is recommended that you use a GPS or Satnav app. The postcode for George Square is G2 1DH.

The main roads in are the M8, M77 and M74
Coming from the M8, the car park we would suggest is directly south off the A804.

The closest car park is Buchanan Galleries Car park. It is directly next to the shopping centre, train station, and only an 10-15 minute walk away from George’s Square.

From there, you can follow the on-foot guide.

As you explore the tour, you will have the opportunity to engage in various hands-on activities. The tour aims to inspire curiosity and educate visitors about the wide range of opportunities available in space, from engineers and coders to space doctors, artists, and more.

Enjoy your visit to Space for Everyone: Glasgow!

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