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Trains to Glasgow

There's no warmer welcome than the one you'll get in Glasgow. This modern and vibrant city was recently voted one of the top cities in the world to visit by Lonely Planet. But don't just take their word, take a look yourself.

Departures:

Every 40 minutes from London

Travel time:

4 hours 38 mins

Price:

London - Glasgow £42.00

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Glasgow's best attractions

SECC & The SSE Hydro

SECC & The SSE Hydro

Opened in 1985 The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre is located on the banks of the River Clyde and is one of Scotland’s most visited venues. It includes the brand new 12,000-seater Hydro ar...

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Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Great fun for kids and often surprisingly moving for adults, this extraordinary mechanical theatre, originally from St Petersburg, brings inanimate objects to life, as sculptured pieces of scrap and t...

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St. Enoch Centre

St. Enoch Centre

As Glasgow’s largest and most iconic shopping destination, St. Enoch Centre is home to an unrivalled range of department stores, leading high street brands and boutique retailers. Stay bang on tren...

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Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Situated beside the River Kelvin, the Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm within the bustling city of Glasgow, dominated by the recently restored Kibble Palace, a magnificent glasshouse designed by J...

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Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre is a unique hands-on exploration of science. Over 300 interactive exhibits, shows, challenges to join in and a wide range of 'drop in' events let visitors do science, rather tha...

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House for an Art Lover

House for an Art Lover

House for an Art Lover was designed by the internationally renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and is situated in beautiful Bellahouston Park. A fascinating attraction for any art or archite...

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King's Theatre

King's Theatre

The glitziest, most glamorous productions passing through Glasgow often land at the King's Theatre, with productions of Broadway and West End plays and musicals sitting on a programme with physical th...

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Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal

First opened in 1867, the Theatre Royal is Scotland's oldest theatre. And there's lots of life in this grand old lady yet. Home to both the Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, there's plenty to look f...

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SECC & The SSE Hydro

Opened in 1985 The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre is located on the banks of the River Clyde and is one of Scotland’s most visited venues. It includes the brand new 12,000-seater Hydro arena, which attracts such acts as Arctic Monkeys, Michael Buble and Micky Flanagan, to name but a few, The SECC will also form the largest venue precinct of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. A buzzing atmosphere is expected as the precinct will host the competitions for six sports – Gymnastics, Boxing, Judo, Netball, Wrestling and Weightlifting/Powerlifting.
SECC & The SSE Hydro
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Take the Larkhall to Dalmuir train to Glasgow Exhibition Centre

    4 mins

  3. The SECC is about 8 minutes walk from the station

    8 mins

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Great fun for kids and often surprisingly moving for adults, this extraordinary mechanical theatre, originally from St Petersburg, brings inanimate objects to life, as sculptured pieces of scrap and tiny carved figures perform humorous and tragic stories set to haunting music. It's joyful, ironic theatre: inspirational one moment and macabre the next, but always colourful, clever and thought-provoking. Based in Glasgow since 1996 it has gained a reputation as one of the city’s hidden treasures.
Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
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  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. The theatre is a 10 minute walk from the station

    10 mins

St. Enoch Centre

As Glasgow’s largest and most iconic shopping destination, St. Enoch Centre is home to an unrivalled range of department stores, leading high street brands and boutique retailers. Stay bang on trend and shop the latest fashion collections at Debenhams, H&M, Dorothy Perkins, Fossil, Folli Follie and many more exclusive stores. And when it comes to shopping for the family, it simply doesn’t get better with Boots, Mamas & Papas, JNR Station, The Disney Store and the most famous toy store of all, Hamleys, all under one roof.
St. Enoch Centre
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. St Enoch Centre is a 4 minute walk from the station

    4 mins

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Situated beside the River Kelvin, the Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm within the bustling city of Glasgow, dominated by the recently restored Kibble Palace, a magnificent glasshouse designed by John Kibble. With a year-round programme of events such as exhibitions, concerts and the summer Shakespeare event Bard in the Botanics, there's always something new to delight visitors to the gardens.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Take the no. 6 bus from Hope Street to Hillhead at Kersland Street

    16 mins

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre is a unique hands-on exploration of science. Over 300 interactive exhibits, shows, challenges to join in and a wide range of 'drop in' events let visitors do science, rather than just watch it. If it's whizzes, bangs, pops and flashes you're after, the Science Show Theatre is the place for you. If relaxation is more your thing, the planetarium is the place to explore the wonder of the night sky. With a 2FOR1 voucher, learning has never been such good value.

Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Take the Larkhall to Dalmuir train to Glasgow Exhibition Centre

    4 mins

  3. The Science Centre is about 11 minutes walk from the station

    11 mins

House for an Art Lover

House for an Art Lover was designed by the internationally renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and is situated in beautiful Bellahouston Park. A fascinating attraction for any art or architecture enthusiast, the overall effect of this brilliant architect's design is one of space and light. Always ring ahead before making the journey, as the house may be booked for events, and be sure to download a 2FOR1 voucher in advance.

Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Take the train to Dumbreck

    5 mins

  3. Walk to House For An Art Lover

    8 mins

King's Theatre

The glitziest, most glamorous productions passing through Glasgow often land at the King's Theatre, with productions of Broadway and West End plays and musicals sitting on a programme with physical theatre and circus acts. The odd megastar comedian or retro musical act also graces the stage of King's Theatre, which first opened its doors in 1904. It's the perfect location for a romantic date night or family trip to the panto. Oh yes it is!
King's Theatre
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Walk along Renfield Street and Bath Street to theatre.

    17 mins

Theatre Royal

First opened in 1867, the Theatre Royal is Scotland's oldest theatre. And there's lots of life in this grand old lady yet. Home to both the Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet, there's plenty to look forward to. And tickets start from just £10, so you can get cultural without spending a fortune.
Theatre Royal
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Closest Virgin Train station: Glasgow Central

  • Transport
  • Time
  • Directions
  1. Take a Virgin Train to Glasgow Central

  2. Walk up Hope Street to theatre.

    10 mins

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