Bath Street Glasgow Parking
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Bath Street is located right in the heart of Glasgow. It runs from the University of Strathclyde and stops at Newton and North Street. Bath Street is a lively, bustling street, known for its fantastic bars and vibrant nightlife.
Along the street, you’ll find a wide range of trendy bars and eateries. Check out Slouch for live music and cocktails, or relax by the fire in the Mini Grill Steakhouse. The Griffin is the perfect traditional pub experience with beautiful stone walls, and the Butterfly and the Pig has a unique vintage feel with some great live music.
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Bath Street Glasgow Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Bath Street Glasgow
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Parking near Bath Street Glasgow
There are plenty of options available for Bath Street Glasgow parking. Just one street over, on Sauchiehall Street, you’ll find Q-Park Sauchiehall Street. This park has 372 spaces, with 11 disabled parking spaces, and has a maximum height of 1.9 metres. The cost of using this car park is as follows:
- Entry from 00:00 to 08:59: £2.00
- Entry from 09:00 to 12:59: £2.40
- Entry from 13:00 to 23:59: £2.00
- Up to 24 hours: £25.00
You can pay for your parking with cash, or by card. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It also offers the following services:
- CCTV in operation
- Disabled parking
- Help point
- Jump leads
- Tap & Go
- Free umbrella hire
Charing Cross City Parking is located next to the Charing Cross train station, just off of Bath Street. This park is open 24 hours a day, and has 433 spaces with a height restriction of 1.7 metres. It has disabled parking, CCTV, and electric vehicle charging. The cost of using this car park is as follows:
- From 8am - 6pm, Monday to Saturday:
- 0 - 1 hour: £2.80
- 1 - 2 hours: £6.00
- 2 - 3 hours: £9.00
- 3 - 4 hours: £12.00
- 4 - 5 hours: £15.00
- 5 - 6 hours: £18.00
- 6 - 7 hours: £21.00
- 7 - 8 hours: £24.00
- 8 - 9 hours: £26.50
- 9 - 10 hours: £29.00
- From 6pm - 8am (overnight): £4.00
- Sunday, 8am - 6pm: flat rate of £5.00
On-street parking is also available in the area around Bath Street. You can park from 8am - 6pm, Monday to Sunday, for a maximum of 2 hours. The cost for on-street parking in this area is £1 per 15 minutes. You can also apply for resident parking in the area, which will cost £285 annually or £73.75 quarterly.
Alternatively, you can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available near Bath Street Glasgow.
You’ll find King's Theatre on Bath Street itself. It opened in 1904 and is one of the most significant theatres in the city. It is known for its Christmas pantomimes and the vibrant community of amateur performers. King's Theatre has plenty of features to make the venue accessible for everyone, with five wheelchair spaces and three transfer seats available in the stalls. It also offers audio enhancement, with induction loop necklaces and headsets. Guide dogs are allowed in the theatre also.
The Buchanan Galleries is a shopping centre that runs over Bath Street. There, you’ll find over 90 stores, as well as the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. This venue has hosted the annual Celtic Connections festival, as well as the World Irish Dancing Championships. It is also home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. The main auditorium can seat 2,475 people, and there is also an exhibition space and gift shop, free Wi-Fi, and a café.
The Gallery of Modern Art is just 5 minutes’ walk away and is home to four galleries, a café, a shop and a library. The gallery opened in 1996, and is housed in a building which dates back to 1778. Outside the gallery is a statue of the Duke of Wellington, which despite the attempts of police, almost always has a traffic cone on its head.
Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest building in the city and the oldest cathedral in mainland Scotland, dating all the way back to 1136. You’ll find it beside the Glasgow Necropolis, which is spread over 37 acres and is the final resting place for over 50,000 people.
Glasgow Green is about 20 minutes’ walk away and stretches over 136 acres. It is the oldest city park in central Glasgow and was awarded a Green Flag in 2011. At the park, you’ll find a playground, an orienteering course, the People's Palace and Winter Gardens, and the Glasgow Green Football Centre. Follow the heritage walking trail to see the history scattered throughout the park.
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By Train: The Glasgow Queen Street train station is just a 2-minute walk from Bath Street and services the Caledonian Sleeper and ScotRail lines.
By Bus: There are several bus lines that run along Bath Street, including 3 simpliCITY, 4 simpliCITY, 15, 17, 19, 38 simpliCITY, 38C, 57 simpliCITY, 77, X7, X19, X21, X25 and X25A.
By Car: Bath Street is a one-way street located right in the heart of Glasgow city centre. It runs along from Cathedral Street, the road that runs through the University of Strathclyde.
On Foot: If you’re walking from the central train station, Bath Street is only 5 minutes away.
By Underground: The Buchanan Street underground station is a 2-minute walk away and services the Subway line.
Disabled Parking near Bath Street Glasgow
There is disabled parking available within both Q-Park Sauchiehall Street and Charing Cross City Parking, as well as over the rest of the city.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Bath Street Glasgow, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are charging stations for electric vehicles available within both Q-Park Sauchiehall Street and Charing Cross City Parking, as well as over the rest of the city.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Where is Bath Street Glasgow?
Bath Street is in the northern part of the city centre, running from the University of Strathclyde to Newton and North Street.
What is there to do on Bath Street Glasgow?
If you’ve run out of bars and restaurants to try, you could visit King's Theatre for SOME STUFF. Or, head to the Buchanan Galleries shopping centre for some retail therapy, and catch a show at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
What is there to do in Glasgow city centre?
You could walk along the River Clyde in the Glasgow Gree, or visit the beautiful Gallery of Modern Art. George Square dates back to 1781 and has statues of famous Scots, and The Lighthouse is an exhibition space dedicated to architecture and design. If you’re looking for history, be sure to check out the Glasgow Cathedral, the oldest building in the city.
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Latest Bath Street Glasgow parking reviews
Was different to know if car park was good or bad because of the weatherDaniel
Fantastic. Near work and makes such a difference. Merry ChristmasShirley
Local to Glasgow town centre. I have a large 4 wheel drive. Easy to park. The spiral road at the entrance takes a bit of getting used too.David
it was easy to find it and near to the city centreGeorgios
Very secure parking easy to find a space , only draw back on leaving could not find button to call to get out ( it was down in corner and very hard to see when in car needs to be pointed out more ) as we were in longer than 24 hours and had prebooked. Other wise will be back .Sandra Sandra
Would definitely recommend using this as I got a space for half the price it would be to buy at the parking lot. I had read some reviews about not being able to leave without some difficulty in scanning your barcode at the gate, but unless terms have recently changed, it does state that you insert your ticket into PAYMENT MACHINE and then scan your barcode on the machine (top left corner of machines on bottom floor) to validate your ticket. Very smooth order and usage process. Will definitely use again!Thomas