Opening Hours

Tuesday - Sunday
10am - 6pm

G1 5QP

Transmission Gallery is located in Merchant City, in the center of Glasgow.
It is easily accessible by public transport, bike, or car.

Getting There

by Train

The closest train station is Argyle street, and a 10min walk away from Central station.

by Bus

The closest stops are Candlebriggs and Osborne street.

by Car

There is a public parking lot on King St. just two blocks away from the gallery.

by Bike

There are plenty of bike racks in the vicinity, however, the gallery doesn't count with one of its own.


We welcome all visitors. If you have an access requirement which we haven’t listed here, please get in touch in advance of your visit and we will make our best endeavours to help you.

Quiet Times

Quiet times to visit exhibitions are Wednesdays and Thursdays, particularly mid-afternoon. If you require an empty gallery space in order to comfortably and safely visit our exhibitions, for example if you are neurodivergent or if you are shielding, please contact and we will arrange this with you.


Large print exhibition text is available upon request at the Box Office. Assistance animals are always welcome.


Transmission main gallery is wheelchair accessible. The ground floor and archives


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