Quite a surprise ...
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
Looking for somewhere to shelter from the summer rain we spotted a sign saying St. Enoch Centre. Not sure what to expect it turned out to be really good. Easy to wheel in and around, plenty of space for two powerchairs walking together, and great facilities.
Transport & Parking
Not too sure about local transport as we were too preoccupied with getting shelter out of the rain.
The Centre has loads of shops all with easily accessible open fronts. There's plenty of space to walk around and wide enough so we could walk as two powerchair users side by side and have a conversation; can't do that in most places. The surface was easy to wheel on, the areas clearly signposted, and the atmosphere really welcoming. So much so we hoping to revisit when we're next in Glasgow and have more time to browse.
The Centre has an accessible toilet. It has a RADAR lock. It is spacious and well appointed.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Really enjoyed visiting but ran out of time. Impressed by the range of shops - everything from the specialist sweet shop through to the gents outfitters, the aromatics shop, and the cafe areas.