Heroes will rise up and discover the light. It's time for you to discover yours. It's time to be the hero of your own story. Prepare to GLOW.
This is the third year of GlasGLOW. We're making our outdoor event
and we can't wait to show you.
Expect an immersive journey transporting you to other worlds where ancient powers have been unleashed, and you're about to discover yours. You'll need them.
Explore Glasgow's Botanic Gardens in a safe outdoor environment, with staggered timeslots, a 60 minute route and a socially-distanced street food village.
Check out our full FAQs for more info on how we're keeping you safe at GlasGLOW.
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.
There is no parking at the Botanics. 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 are several public car parks within a short walk of GlasGLOW.
Last year, we bought a much-needed bus for Highpark Primary School & LCR to allow those with additional needs the freedom to take part in school trips, leisure activities and getting out into the world. This year, we'll be idenfitifying another capital project to support those in need, and will once again donate 1,000 tickets over the course of our run to those who might not normally be able to attend events like ours.