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Getting here

Travel information and directions to get to the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park.

We are easily accessible via a variety of means of transport and we trust that the links below are of assistance.


Brief directions are provided below to help you get to Hampden Park.  If you need detailed directions to print or send to your phone use Google Maps or for public transport try the Traveline journey planner app.

The stadium is a 10 minute walk from Mount Florida station and a 15 minute walk from King’s Park station. Trains run to and from Glasgow Central from both Mount Florida and King's Park stations.

Mount Florida is a little nearer the stadium entrance at approximately 0.5 miles of a distance between the two. The station has step-free access to and between all platforms, via level access, lifts or ramps (in accordance with new-build standards re gradient/length).

Please visit ScotRail website or check out the Traveline Scotland app or Trainline for further information. 

First Glasgow operate the following bus services to and from the city centre on a regular basis:

5 , 6, 7, 7A, 31, 34, 90.

The nearest two stops are those served by the 31 and 90 services. For more information regarding these routes, please visit the Traveline website or check out the Traveline Scotland app.

The stadium is located 5 minutes' drive from Junction 1A of the M74.  Exit onto Polmadie Rd/A728 and follow as it merges onto Aikenhead Road. The stadium car park is on your right and is signposted.

For other routes please use post code G44 4QG in your Sat Nav or map app.

If you are looking to charge your electric vehicle, there are a limited number of charging points available in our car park on a first-come, first-served basis.

For real time travel information on all of Scotland’s trunk roads, including cross-border information to the North of England visit Traffic Scotland or access it via the Traveline Scotland App.

There are 4 designated accessible parking bays in the level access car park less than 20 metres from the main entrance. There is a dropped kerb from the parking to the entrance options and there is only a very gentle downward slope included as part of this way. As all visitors will arrive at this point the rest of the access information is included in the arrival section of the accessibility page.

There are cycle racks situated under exit stairwells 36 and 44 at the front of the South Stand, either side of the main entrance steps. To plan your route please visit

For information about hiring bicycles in Glasgow, this guide from You Well has some suggestions that include the city's public OVO bikes.

Please note that locks are not provided and no responsibility will be taken by the Scottish FA for any loss or damage to your bicycle.

Walking to or from the stadium and the city centre will take you around 45-50 minutes. 

Directions from George Square

  • Start at South Frederick Street
  • Turn left onto Ingram Street
  • Turn right onto Glassford Street
  • Continue onto Stockwell Street
    • Slight right to stay on Stockwell Street
  • Continue onto Gorbals Street
  • Continue onto Cathcart Road
  • Turn left onto Aikenhead Road
    • Slight right to stay on Aikenhead Road
  • Continue straight on at crossroad with Prospecthill Road
  • Stadium car park and main stadium entrance will be on the right and is signposted

This can also be a great way to soak up the atmosphere on event days and dependent upon which section of the ground you are heading for, there are a couple of options when you are on Aikenhead Road. You can view the best walking route for you on Google Maps.

Glasgow Airport

Glasgow Airport serves most major international airlines and there are currently 28 daily services to London.

The First 500 shuttle bus service runs from the airport to Glasgow city centre up to every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, and takes approximately 25 minutes.

The First 747 Airlink service runs from the airport to Glasgow city centre via Braehead Shopping Centre and Partick Interchange.

Partick Interchange serves a number of areas in Glasgow via rail, subway and bus connections.

Details of all Glasgow Airport Express shuttle links can be found at First Group.

Glasgow Airport also has an SPT Travel Desk, located at Domestic Arrivals, where staff can provide you with details of buses and taxis.

Prestwick Airport

Prestwick Airport is predominately served by Ryanair flights that fly to and from 27 European destinations. It is the only airport in Scotland with its own dedicated train station and sits on the main line to Ayr from Glasgow Central station. It is approximately 45 minutes by train from Prestwick to Glasgow Central station. There are also bus and coach services to and from Glasgow. There is a welcome desk, where staff can provide you with further details and information.

Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport is located 5.8 miles (9.3 km) West of Edinburgh city centre. Scottish Citylink provides direct services from Edinburgh Airport to Glasgow every 30 minutes. Lothian Buses provides public transportation to Edinburgh Airport with the Airlink100 express bus from Edinburgh city centre as well as local bus services.

The route to Edinburgh Airport is served 24 hours a day and takes approximately 25 minutes. West Coast Motors in conjunction with Scottish Citylink, provides a service from Edinburgh to Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus Station called Citylink Air.

Street View

You can view the approach to Hampden Park from Aikenhead Road in a virtual 360° on Google Street View.

Book your place

Discover a national football collection to educate and inspire future generations.

Book online or call us today on 0141 616 6139.

Tickets from £8

Tours from 45 minutes

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