Glasgow: Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay
Telephone No: 0141 420 5000 between 9am and 5pm weekdays and 9.30am and 5pm weekends
Web site: http://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org
Open 7 days a week from 25th March through October from 10am to 5pm. Over winter they are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
ENTRY TO THE SCIENCE MALL:
Adult £9.95 (16+ years old);
Concession/Child £7.95; (3-15 or over 60 years old; students; unemployed - proof of identity may be required);
Carers are admitted free. You need to provide proof of disability, showing your national entitlement card and useful to bring your Disability Living Allowance (DLA) letter.
Children under than 3 years old are admitted free.
Under 16’ s must be accompanied by an adult in both Science Mall and IMAX buildings.
ADD-ONS TO VISIT THE PLANETARIUM, OR THE IMAX SCIENCE (45 MINUTE) FILM PROGRAMME (EACH)
· £2.50 (Adult/Child/Concession)
FEATURE FILM AT THE IMAX
· Adult £9.95;
· Concession/Child £7.95
If you travelled there by train, using the Kids Go Free tickets, then one kid goes free for every paying adult (not including the Carer, who goes free).
Glasgow Science Centre accepts Tesco Clubcard Days Out vouchers as payment for Science Mall , Planetarium and IMAX Science (45 minute) film tickets only.
Parking in our secure car park costs just £3 per day. Our members (Science Passport holders) can get parking tokens for £1 at our ticket desk.
Parking tokens (£3) are available from the machines located in the shelter opposite the IMAX building in the car park. Change machines and another car park token machine are available in the Link Building (just outside the Shop).
Visitors attending only evening performances of DMR films in the IMAX (5pm onwards) can purchase a parking token for £1 at the time of collecting their tickets from the ticket desk.
GET A SCIENCE PASSPORT
At around 50p a week for unlimited visits to Glasgow Science Centre through the year and much more besides.
All Information correct as at May 2013.