Nearby car parks
|Glasgow Airport Long Stay||2722||24||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow Airport Car Park 1 Short Stay||812||6|
|Glasgow Airport Car Park 2 Short Stay||2077||77||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow George Street||202||2||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow Ingram Street||35||0||Buy|
|Glasgow King Street||620||4||Buy|
|Glasgow Mitchell Street||184||2||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow Oswald Street||555||5||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow The Glasshouse||515||6||Buy||Pre‑book|
|Glasgow Clyde Place||275||0|
|Name||Glasgow Airport Long Stay|
|Name||Glasgow Airport Car Park 1 Short Stay|
|Name||Glasgow Airport Car Park 2 Short Stay|
|Name||Glasgow George Street|
|Name||Glasgow Ingram Street|
|Name||Glasgow King Street|
|Name||Glasgow Mitchell Street|
|Name||Glasgow Oswald Street|
|Name||Glasgow The Glasshouse|
|Name||Glasgow Clyde Place|
Parking in Glasgow
Ironically, the name ‘Glasgow’ is Celtic for ‘dear green place’, despite the city itself conjuring images of heavy industry and urban development. It was once officially the Second City of the Empire, and its former great prosperity and civic prestige is reflected in the remains of its proud industrial heritage. There’s plenty of NCP Glasgow car parking space available when you come to explore this endlessly fascinating metropolis.
Points of Interest
Modern Glasgow is a city of great contrasts, with the West End being the more affluent region. It’s here that you’ll find the city’s main museums and galleries. The East End has its attractions too, however, including the popular weekend market, nicknamed ‘the Barras’. The famous Burrell collection of art and sculpture is to be found south of the river in Pollok Country Park, and there’s plenty of Glasgow NCP parking to be had in the area, and it’s pre-bookable too, so you can plan your visit without worrying about finding parking spaces in this busy city.
Glasgow Modern Art Gallery
The GoMA is Scotland’s most visited art gallery. You’ll find it right in the heart of the city, with the convenient and pre-bookable NCP Glasgow Mitchell Street car park within easy reach. Explore international modern art and Glasgow’s unique heritage at this iconic venue.
This was one of only a handful of cathedrals to escape demolition during the Scottish Reformation, and it did so by adapting to Protestant worship. It’s a fine and rare example of a 13th century church. Leave your car in NCP’s Glasgow George Street car park and make a point of seeing the famous Blackadder Aisle with its decorative bosses and the beautiful and delicate medieval rib vaulting in the crypt.
Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow Caledonian University is one of the biggest universities in the country, created in 1993 with the merger of Glasgow Polytechnic and The Queens College. Park nearby at the Glasgow George Street NCP car park and enjoy the academic yet leafy atmosphere of the attractive city campus.
University of Strathclyde
The University of Strathclyde was founded over two centuries ago and is renowned as a centre of teaching and research excellence. Its tradition of being a ‘place of useful learning’ goes back to 1796, during the Scottish Enlightenment, and it has the distinction of being the only HE institution to be created during that period of Scottish history. Use the nearby Glasgow George Street NCP car park, which can be pre-booked, when you visit the university.
Radisson Blu Hotel
If you’re looking for comfortable modern accommodation in Glasgow during your visit you can’t do better than stay at the city’s stylish Radisson Blu Hotel. Just two miles from the train station and with pre-bookable NCP Glasgow Oswald Street car parking close by, it’s particularly well connected and has all the modern facilities you’d expect from this superior brand.
Princes Square Shopping Centre
This flamboyant architectural gem from the 19th century was fully redeveloped and renovated in the 1980s to create a premier retail outlet that makes shopping in central Glasgow such a great pleasure. Leave your car nearby at the convenient Glasgow Mitchell Street NCP car park, which you can book in advance to guarantee a space and have just a short walk for carrying your shopping.
St Enoch Shopping Centre
Glasgow’s St Enoch Shopping Centre, on the corner of Argyll and Buchanan Streets in the city centre, is a shiny modern mall full of popular high street names. With cafés and restaurants inside and the NCP’s Glasgow Oswald Street car park just a short walk distant and able to be booked in advance, you have everything you need here for a fun day out at your favourite shopping outlets.
Glasgow Central Station
Glasgow Central is Scotland’s biggest and busiest railway station. It has been getting passengers to their destinations since 1879 and is renowned for its beautiful and stately Victorian architecture. With the NCP Glasgow Mitchell Street car park just minutes away, it’s the ideal place to relax with a coffee or linger over and appreciate the grand surroundings of the station that helped drive the Industrial Revolution in Scotland.