Access - Entrance to the Riverside Museum Glasgow
There are two entrances to the Riverside Museum. The main entrance (which faces the car park); and the riverside entrance (which faces the River Clyde and the Tall Ship).
However, there is currently a one-way flow through the Riverside Museum: so you can now only enter via the main entrance (which is where you will arrive by car); and exit through the riverside entrance (or should that now be "the riverside exit"?).
Therefore, if you have walked (rolled) to the Riverside Museum following the wheelchair accessible Glasgow Riverside DIY Walking Tour route, you will actually arrive nearer to the riverside entrance - so you will now have to go round the Riverside Museum building to the main entrance by the car park.
As with all public museums in Glasgow, admission to the Riverside Museum is free. However, the museum is actually run by a charity – which relies on the continued generous support of the many friends, donors and volunteers who enable them to care for the transport museum collections, offer visitors an inspirational experience and provide exceptional education services for thousands of people each year.
So, when you see a donation box during your visit, please make a donation. You can also donate online.