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Built on the site of the former Queen’s Dock on the North bank of the River Clyde, the SEC has established an enviable reputation for hosting international events of all sizes including the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Located a short three minute train journey or eight minute drive from Glasgow city centre in the city’s west end. With amazing historic attractions tucked in between leafy surroundings, award winning food and drink and a friendly character, the west has it all and you’ll easily see why this neighbourhood is a must-visit while you’re in the city.
Accessibility: Visitors will find the SEC easily accessible. Parking is adjacent to the venue with dedicated accessible spaces. There is ramp and lift access to conference rooms and halls internally. The auditorium features accessible bays and there are accessible toilets on all floors. The SEC also has hearing induction loops available.
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