Venue DescriptionTennent’s Wellpark Brewery has been part of Scotland and its culture for generations. Our historic brewery has been producing award winning brews since 1885, and now it’s your chance to discover how we make Tennent’s so special. Wellpark Brewery is home to the UK’s largest beer attraction - the Tennent’s Story heritage centre! This immersive guided experience traces the history of Scotland’s oldest brewery, from the 1500s to the present day. Centred on the story of Hugh Tennent and the first brew of Tennent’s Lager in 1885, which was described by newspapers at the time as a "madman’s dream", the heritage centre is home to artefacts gathered from the first days of brewing at Wellpark in 1556 through to today. The Tennent’s Story heritage centre is free of charge so don’t miss out on this must-see experience! Our Wellpark Brewery tours range from "access all areas" brewery tours, to beer tasting master classes. Whether you’re looking for a day out with your mates or celebrating a special occasion, we’ve got you covered. There might even be a wee pint of brewery fresh Tennent’s Tank Beer at the end of the tour for you. Tasty!
The Visitor Centre entrance is located on Duke Street. There are stairs leading down to this and we also have ramp access for wheelchair users. Access to the main door is through automatic double doors and button-operated electric door; with the visitors centre reception only a few meters from the door. The reception desk has a low level counter. The Visitor Centre is on 3 levels. The ground floor is where our reception desk,shop and heritage centre is located. There is a staircase leading up to levels 1 and 2, and also a lift to access these floors as well. Our bar is located on level 2.
Our designated ‘hotspots’ provided louder commentary about the history of brewing in Glasgow and the Tennent’s family.
- #5 of 318 things to do in Glasgow on TripAdvisor - Listed on Visit Scotland website
The visitor’s centre has unisex toilets, located on the ground floor and in our bar. There are accessible toilets on both floors. Toilet facilities are also available within the Tennent’s Training Academy which is visited during the tour.
Our staff provide a friendly and warm welcome to all visitors. Staff are also trained in Visit Scotland's elearning course 'Accessible Tourism Training Programme'.
Information about COVID precautions has not been added for this venue.
Assistance dog facilities
Assistance dog exercise facilities
Assistance dogs are welcome within the Visitor Centre, however, they will not be permitted within production areas.
Other assistance dog facilities
Water can be provided for dogs on request.
The venue says it has...
- Audio Described
- Accessible Format
- Carer Discount
- Dedicated Seating
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Parking
- Access Statement
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