Gallery Of Modern Art
We found the the building easily access from ramps at the rear which led around the well maintained pavement to the access ramps at the front. The only lift there was subject to routine maintenance at the time of our visit and there was not a second one available to reach the upper galleries. The galleries that were open had well maintained floor coverings with wide spaces to allow a chair to pass however because of the lack of a lift the disabled toilets were not able to be reached as they are on the top and the lower ground. There were many information points for visitors and leaflets in other European languages
Transport & Parking
The venue was in the city centre so parking is limited but there is a bus stop just opposite the gallery and enough space to be dropped off by a euro taxi. There is parking in the St Enochs Centre which has disabled parking and lifts into the complex and then onto the street, to cross Argyle Street and up Queen Street. It is not the worst to get to as the distance from the St Enochs Centre to the G.O.M.A. is not too bad although some of the pavements up to it can be uneven.
We thought they would benefit from a second lift as there is 4 stories of galleries and a basement cafe and library and today the one lift was being fixed. The toilets are also upstairs and in the basement so we really needed the lift
They were not looked at today for the reason above.
Everyone kind and polite.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
We will go another day