We want to make GlasGLOW as inclusive and sensory friendly as possible.
Our sensory guide tries to give guidance on the sights, sounds, smells and space to expect in each area – without giving away any surprises. We hope it’ll be of help to autistic people or anyone with other sensory processing difficulties who may appreciate a bit more info on what to expect before attending.
Our route is fully hardstanding so prams, wheelchairs and mobility scooters are welcome – please note some paths in the Botanics have gradual inclines.
Disabled toilets are available at the event – we’ll also have a Pamiloo on the 4th/5th & 6th of November.
We have a small number of Blue Badge Parking spaces on Queen Margaret Drive in front of the Botanics – these are available on a first come first served basis to try and help as many people as possible. You must display your Blue Badge and have a valid GlasGLOW ticket.
We're really sorry, but all free carer spaces for GlasGLOW have now been issued and no more are available.