Queen’s Park is in the heart of Glasgow’s Southside. Set within the park, Queen’s Park Arena is best accessed via the entrances on Pollokshaws Road, Balvicar Street or Victoria Road. There are further access points to the park on Langside Avenue and Langside Road.
Parking is very restricted in and around the Queen’s Park area, we strongly advise travelling by bicycle, foot or by one of the public transport options outlined below. Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) provides joined up travel, making most areas of the Southside accessible without a car.
Queen’s Park is in the heart of Glasgow’s Southside. Set within the park, Queen’s Park Arena is best accessed via the entrances on Pollokshaws There is a Nextbike Glasgow bike station at the Pollokshaws Road entrance to the Queen’s Park. There are a further 43 locations city-wide, with bikes being available for hire 24/7. You can rent a bike via Nextbike’s Android/iPhone App, by the on-bike computer, or by phoning +44 (0)20 816 69851. Rental starts at £1 for the first 30 minutes.
You can find out more here www.nextbike.co.uk/en/glasgow
Parking is very restricted in and around the The Southside is well serviced by Scotrail’s Cathcart Circle with trains roughly every 15 mins to half an hour from Central Station. Trains run direct from Central Station to Queen’s Park Station with travel time being under 10 minutes. The Pollokshaws Road entrance to the Park is a few moments walk from Queen’s Park Station.
You can access train timetables and plan your journey here www.nationalrail.co.uk
Buses from the City Centre directly to Victoria Road can be accessed via routes 4, 4A, 5 and 6. Routes 57, 57a & 38e drop off at Shawlands. Services 4a, 38a & the 57 & 57a link the West End to the Southside.
You can access bus timetables and plan your journey here www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow
SPT service the Southside route with their underground station at Bridge Street, with regular services from the West End and City Centre, the subway provides access hubs to travel onwards to the Southside with buses easily connecting at Bridge Street. Park and ride is also affordable and available at Kelvinbridge, Bridge Street and Shields Road Stations.
You can find out more here www.spt.co.uk/subway
As part of the transport partnership First Glasgow provide the Glasgow Airport Express direct route to the city centre and from there public transport can be access from the City Centre directly to Queen’s Park as outlined above.