Riverside Floorplan

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Riverside Museum
100 Pointhouse Place Glasgow G3 8RS
0141 287 2720
museums@glasgowlife.org.uk

OPENING HOURS

Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 11am - 5pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm

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Opening Hours

Riverside Museum opening hours are Monday - Thursday and Saturday from 10.00am - 5.00pm. Please note that every Friday and Sunday the museum opens at the later time of 11am until 5pm. 

The museum is open daily except for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and 1 & 2 January.  On Hogmanay, 31 December, the museum closes to the public at 1pm. This year (2014) only, the museum will also be closed on 24th December.

Guided Tours at Riverside Museum

Let our team of trained volunteer guides take you into a world of trams, trains and automobiles. A guided tour of Riverside Museum can include favourites such as the South African Locomotive, the model ships, and the street, as well as new features such as the car wall and the bike velodrome, as well as artwork, costume and toys.  To find out more about joining a tour, please ask at the Information Desk on your arrival. 

Group Tour Bookings

If you are bringing a group of 7+, and would like a tour, pre-booking is essential. Please get in touch at least 6 weeks before your tour date, so we can ensure that we can provide a tour of the highest quality and tailored to your group’s interests. If you are interested in a group tour, please email: museums@glasgowlife.org.uk​ 

Reach Us On Foot

Riverside Museum is on the North bank of the River Clyde, just along the Clydeside from the SECC going towards Partick (West). Click here to plan your walking route.​

By Ferry

Currently there is no ferry service between Govan and the Riverside Museum. Watch this space for updates!​

By Bicycle

National Cycle Route 7 leaves Glasgow by following the River Clyde to Dumbarton and then heads to Inverness via Abefoyle, Callander, Killin, Pitlochry, Kingussie, Aviemore and Carrbridge. There are bicycle racks to secure up to 28 bikes located close to the Museum.​​

By Bus

Hop on board the 100 Riversider anywhere between George Square, SECC and Riverside Museum - runs every 30 minutes.  See website for more information​

By Coach 

There is a coach drop-off point adjacent to the bus stop and designated coach parking throughout the year for schools, tour operators and care groups.

By Subway & Train

Why not park at one of the Park & Ride Underground Stations: Bridge Street, Kelvinbridge or Shields Road. Riverside Museum is then only a 10 minute walk from either Partick and Kelvinhall subway stations - follow signs to Riverside Museum. 

Click here for more information on costs and timetable.

Use Traveline Scotland to plan your trip

Trains

The nearest Train Station for main-line trains is Partick Station, then its around a 10 minutes walk to Riverside Museum.

By Car

From the M8 motorway, take Junction 19 and travel west bound along the Clydeside Expressway (A814) for about one mile to Pointhouse road. Then turn left into the Riverside Car Park area.

There is a Pay & Display car park at Riverside:

  • £1 for a 4 hour maximum stay
  • 12 spaces reserved for blue badge holders, free of charge with no time restrictions
  • designated parent and child spaces

Disabled drop off point for the Riverside Museum - via the slipway road (to the right as you drive onto the Riverside site).  The Tall Ship disabled drop off point is the access road left of the museum.   

There is also a Pay & Display car park at Kelvin Hall, Bunhouse Road  (the previous home of the Museum of Transport) that's only a 15 minute signposted walk to Riverside.   

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