Subway: Maps & Stations: Riverside Museum

Riverside Museum Exterior

The Riverside Museum is Glasgow’s newly designed Museum of Transport and Travel. The building was designed by the internationally-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, and houses various artifacts which reflect Glasgow’s rich industrial heritage.

Situated at the heart of the River Clyde, with the renovated Tall Ship alongside, the museum has over 3000 objects on display. SPT is an official patron of the museum which features two separate Subway exhibits, complete with original carriages that were painstakingly restored to their former glory inside and out.

Travelling by Subway

One of the quickest ways to travel to the new Riverside Museum and The Tall Ship from around Glasgow is by Subway. It’s only a short 7-minute walk from Partick Subway station – or if you prefer a slightly longer stretch of your legs, Kelvinhall station. Just follow the signs to the Riverside Museum.

If you’re coming into Glasgow by car, why not park at one of SPT’s Park and Ride Subway stations, then continue your journey to Partick or Kelvinhall stations by Subway.

Park and Ride is available at the following stations:

  • Bridge Street
  • Kelvinbridge
  • Shields Road

Travelling by Bus

The most frequent service to the Riverside Museum is Glasgow Citybus’s Service 100 Riversider bus departing from the north side of George Square near the City Chambers in the city centre every 30 minutes throughout the day.

The bus stop for the Riversider is in Beith Street, near Partick station – follow the signposts.

The Riversider operates:

09:28 to 17:15 Monday to Saturday, and
10:28 to 17:15 Sundays.

Travelling by Train

The nearest rail station for main line trains is Partick Station. From there, it is a 7-minute walk to the Riverside Museum, or you can catch the Service 100 Riversider bus from the bus stop in nearby Beith Street.