Visit to the GOMA on a rainy day
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
Visited the GOMA to hide from the rain and spent an hour rolling around taking in the modernism.
Transport & Parking
Came on wheels so unsure about nearest public transport. There are blue badge bays around the area but you’ll need to be lucky especially on weekends.
Great access built into a beautiful building - wheelchair access can be and is aesthetic! Lift goes to all floors and there are accessible toilets in basement level (cafe & library floor) and on the top level. There were seats around all exhibits and large print booklets available near the lifts and entrances.
Not very big at all (see pics). In fine condition and no RADAR key required. There were red cords in both hanging low and already had Euan’s Guide cards on :)
Did not speak to anyone but signs around implied they would be more than happy to help with reading labels, carrying things and getting wheelchairs if needed.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Don’t forget to have a look at the Duke of Wellington statue with the cone on its head when you leave; classic Glaswegian attraction in itself!