Autism Friendly sessions for Clip n’ Climb and Soft Play
- Dates and times
- Every week on Sunday from 31st Jan 2024
- All ages
Clip n’ Climb and Soft Play sessions will run with a reduced capacity, no music and lower levels of lighting. Sensory toys and mats are available.
These Autism friendly sessions are available every Wednesday at Kelvin Hall and on Saturday 2 March 12 - 2pm.
We have sensory bags containing resources including ear defenders, emotion cards and fidgets. They are available from the Information desks in the following museums.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
For full information on all of our Autism friendly sessions please check here https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/glasgow-life-museums-are-autism-friendly.
The accessible toilet is located off the main corridor. There is changing space.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
There is a fixed loop hearing assistance system.
If you use British Sign Language, you can watch our British Sign Language introduction to Kelvin Hall.
There is wheelchair and pram access to all public areas using the lifts and there are free wheelchairs available to hire at reception.
Cafe or restaurant
The car park on Bunhouse Road is managed by City Parking. Charges are as follows:
- 1 hour £1.60
- 2 hours £3.20
- 3 hours £4.80
- 4 hours £6.40
- 5 hours £8.00
- 10 hours £10.00
Mon-Sun 6pm-8am, £2 flat rate.
There are spaces reserved for blue badge holders, free of charge with no time restrictions. For car park enquiries please contact 0141 276 1830.
Photography and video recording
At times, Glasgow Life will be on the premises to film and take photos.
Use Traveline Scotland to plan your trip
Kelvin Hall is around 20 minutes walk from Partick Station
The nearest subway station is Kelvinhall.
First Bus services 2, 3 and 77 all stop outside the museum.
Kelvin Hall is situated on Argyle Street, around 6 minutes from the M8.
Visit the Kelvin Hall website. A unique partnership between Glasgow Life, the University of Glasgow and the National Library of Scotland sees this historic and much loved venue transformed into an exciting new centre of cultural excellence providing access to collections, temporary displays, teaching and research, alongside a state-of-the-art Glasgow Club health and fitness centre.