Was generally very impressed with the disabled access at The Lighthouse, although watch out for the lift at peak visitor times - it is very slow and busy as people attempt to access the viewing platform.
Transport & Parking
We walked so I'm uncertain about public transport, although The Lighthouse is down a lane just off of the pedestrianised part of Buchanan Street which made it easy to reach.
Generally really good! Revolving door to enter with alternative wheelchair accessible entrance directly beside it. Signage was helpful, space was light and bright. The lift to the viewing platform is good, although at peak visitor times it is very busy and slow moving. This is because there is no stair or escalator access to the viewing platform floor - so everybody uses the lift. There is another viewing platform at the top of Mackintosh Tower which is only accessible via a very high spiral staircase. Once at the top there is a narrow viewing platform outside.
Well signposted and reached via wide, spacious corridors.
Very friendly and handed us a map/leaflet as we walked in.