Disabled Access Interactive Map

View in 3D locations of access points and our suite of facilities designed to ensure your enjoyment of events and concerts at the SECC.

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The SECC main building has automatic doors at both East and West entrances. The Conference Centre has widened main entry doors, which a steward will be pleased to open for you. All halls in the main building are situated at ground level, and the upper levels of the Conference Centre, Loch Suite and Seminar Suite are all accessible by lift.

Travel by Train

If travelling by train disembark at Exhibition Centre station. A lift is available to take you from the train station to street level. A covered walkway then leads from the station exit directly to the East entrance of the main SECC building.

Car Parking

The multi-storey car park (MSCP) at the SECC, operated by City Parking (Glasgow) LLP, is the main parking area used for events at the venue. This facility is located at 10 Stobcross Road, Glasgow, G3 8YW. A map and directional information is available here. The operators of the car park can also be contacted through their website for more information on disabled parking here.


The Medical Centre has a limited number of wheelchairs that visitors may 'borrow' for the duration of their visit. Wheelchairs are allocated on a first come, first served basis and can be booked the day before your visit.

Please note that wheelchairs can only be 'borrowed' for a day at a time. The medical team are happy to aide wheelchair users who require assistance getting to and from a location within the Centre (subject to availability), but wheelchairs should be picked up/dropped off at the Medical Centre. To book a wheelchair or for further information please email the medical team here, call them on 0141 275 6333 or drop into the Medical Centre.

Hearing Impairments

Reception in the SECC and all of our box offices have an induction loop systems.
Induction loop systems are also available in all Loch Suite and Seminar Suite rooms. The stalls area of the Clyde Auditorium and certain areas of the Hall 4 event arena are also equipped with induction loop systems, but these are reliant on the touring production for each individual event and so the operation of these can vary. To enquire further about the availability of induction loop systems in the venue please email info@secc.co.uk


The SECC has disabled and accessible toilets situated on the main concourse and in all exhibition/event halls. Disabled toilets are also situated on all levels of the Clyde Auditorium. Radar keys for accessing disabled toilets are available from a member of staff or to purchase from the Information & Business Centre on the main concourse.