Last year, 75,000 of you came to a sold out GLOW – this year we’re going bigger, and we can’t wait to show you. Read what’s changing this year .
Something’s gone horribly wrong. The tearoom is dead. Really dead.
There’s always a surprise after the credits. Dare you discover it?
Hit a dancefloor like no other.
Imagine the most epic bar and street food area – welcome to Wunderbar!
Thought Brexit couldn’t get any worse? It just did. Leave our dragons alone!
Brave a world of fire and, whatever you do, don’t look him in the eye…
Get that warm and gooey feeling - a world dedicated to all things mallow!
Unconfirmed sightings. Mysterious abductions. Conspiracy theory or truth?
Enter your own video game. Make it through each level, and you’ll need to Beat the Boss.
Dive into the imaginations of the world’s leading light and sound experts and explore the gardens as each world transports you to another dimension. We're dropping trailers for each of our nine worlds: they tell part of the story; the rest is waiting to be discovered.
Expect a magical 60-minute journey that’s bigger, better and more interactive than ever before; a street food village; and a seriously impressive bar to cosy up with a drink and an unparalleled view.
|OFF-PEAK Mon - Wed||PEAK Thu - Sun|
|CHILD Age 3 - 15||£9||£11.50|
The closest subway stations are Hillhead and Kelvinbridge, just a few minutes' walk from The Botanic Gardens. Park and Ride is also available from Bridge Street, Kelvinbridge and Shields Road subway stations.
The nearest train stations are Partick and Hyndland, approximately a 20 minute walk from the Botanic Gardens, with services running regularly throughout the day from both Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street.
There are plenty of buses running from the City Centre to stops right outside The Botanic Gardens. For more information on a specific route, check the First Bus website.
Parking is extremely limited in the West End so we’d strongly encourage you to take public transport if you can. There are parking restrictions in nearby streets and Parking Enforcement Officers will be in operation. The nearest car park is a few minutes' walk away at Lilybank Gardens, just off Ashton Lane, and there is another at Kelvinbridge Subway Station. There's also a taxi rank just outside The Botanic Gardens.
We’re giving 1,000 tickets to those who might not normally be able to attend events like ours, and sowing the seeds to make the event something the whole community can be proud of. Every year we’ll identify and fund one big project which will make a transformative difference to the community.