FIND US BY THE RIVER CLYDE IN GLASGOW
The Clydeside Distillery
The Old Pumphouse
100 Stobcross Road
Glasgow G3 8QQ
Due to the current worldwide pandemic (COVID19) and considering UK government advice to protect our team and visitors we have taken the extremely difficult decision to close The Clydeside Distillery visitor centre, café and whisky shop from Wednesday 18th March 2020 until further notice. Tours will not be operating during this time.
Open daily 10.00–17.00
First tour 10.00
Last tour 16.00 (16.30 July & August)
How to get here
Visitors can park outside the distillery free of charge. Takeaway dram jars are available to allow the designated driver to enjoy their whiskies at home.
EAST: From the M8 exit junction 25 onto A739. Exit onto A814 toward City Centre/Partick. Continue straight to stay on A814. Exit onto Hayburn St/B808 toward Partick/Glasgow Harbour. Slight right onto Beith St/B808. Turn right toward Castlebank St. Turn left onto Castlebank St. Continue straight onto Stobcross Rd. The Clydeside Distillery will be on the right.
WEST: At junction 19, take the A814 exit to Clydebank/SEC. Turn right onto Stobcross St/A814. Continue to follow A814. Take the exit toward B808/Partick/Glasgow Harbour. Keep left and merge onto Stobcross Rd. Turn right. Turn left. The Clydeside Distillery will be on the right.
We’re 40 minutes from the city centre alongside the River Clyde, between the SEC and the Riverside Museum.
From Partick Subway Station, it’s a 20-minute walk via Beith Street.
Regular train times from the lower level at Glasgow Central Station to the Exhibition Train Station, only a 5 minute journey. Then, from the Exhibition Train Station, it’s a 10-minute walk. Follow signs for the SEC and we’re just a few minutes further along.
From Partick (for mainline trains), it’s a 20-minute walk. Follow the instructions above!
ON YOUR BIKE
Follow National Cycle Route 7, leaving Glasgow city centre along the River Clyde towards Dumbarton. There are 12 bike racks outside the Distillery.
Our facilities are fully accessible with wheelchair appropriate doors and lifts. Please note, to view the Still House visitors walk across an open-vented suspended floor, so for comfort please wear flat shoes.