Scottish Football Museum, Hampden Stadium Tour and Hampden Café Accessibility Guides.
This Guide aims to accurately describe the facilities and services that we offer to all our visitors who may have additional support requirements.
The Scottish Football Museum exists to promote the unique football heritage of Scotland, to build and maintain a national football collection, and to educate and inspire future generations.
It is Scotland's national football museum and is located within the National Stadium, Hampden Park on the Southside of Glasgow. It is a VisitScotland 5 star attraction and a guided Stadium Tour is also available to visitors.
Both elements of the attraction are suitable for all ages.
We welcome Assistance Dogs and have a water bowl available for use. Please ask a member of staff should this be required.
The fire alarm is sounded by means of a message over the stadium’s tannoy system of an emergency event occurring within the stadium and to evacuate the building in an orderly manner by the nearest available exit. Staff will assist in this process.
The stadium's fire alarms are tested weekly at 10:00 every Tuesday morning.
Our staff are trained in the use of the Evacuation chair and have extensive experience of working with people who have additional support needs.
We have a number of trained first aiders among our staff. We also have a pride in our attentive and helpful staff who will be more than happy to help or provide advice should you have any queries during your visit.