A location map for The Burrell Collection can be found online at
You can plan your journey on public transport at Traveline Scotland journey planner.
Travel between central Glasgow and The Burrell Collection
You can get an "Any day return" ticket at Central Station for £3.50.
Travel to the National Piping Centre
The School of Physics and Astronomy is located in the Kelvin Building on the Gilmore Hill Campus, close to the Botany Gate. From the City Centre, take the Subway (http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/) , which runs every 4mins at peak times. Travel (anticlockwise) on the inner line from Buchanan Street or St Enoch to Hillhead. From there it is a short (5min) walk to the Kelvin Building, where the Phorbitech meeting will be held.
The nearest international airport to the venue is Glasgow Airport.
First Service 500 (Glasgow Shuttle) and First Service 747 (Air Link) buses run frequently in to the city centre. You can purchase a ticket at the ticket kiosk in the airport, or pay on the bus. The bus stops at Glasgow Central Station, on Union street, where you can get a train to Pollokshaws West station.
Taxis are available at the airport 24 hours a day. Journeys are metered and the fare to the city centre is about £20 to £22, as regulated by Renfrewshire Council.
The city is within easy reach of the airport via the M8 motorway. Car rental companies have desks in the UK arrivals area and hire cars can be booked in advance.
For more information visit http://www.glasgowairport.com/transport-and-directions
For information contact National Rail Enquiries (tel: +44 (0)8457 484950).
Citizens of the European Union do not need a visa to enter Britain. If you are from any other country, find out about visa requirements before you travel by visiting http://ukvisas.gov.uk.
First bus services 34, 45 and 57 run from Glasgow city centre, and stop on Pollokshaws Road, opposite the main entrance to Pollok Country Park.
It takes about ten to fifteen minutes to walk to the Burrell Collection from the entrance to the park, and there are a number of signposts along the way.
For more information on bus travel please visit http://www.firstgroup.com