FROM GLASGOW CITY CENTRE TO CELTIC PARK
Public transport from the City Centre is frequent and various.
The map on the right shows the closest train stations and street names allowing better planning. It would be suggested that, if possible, Bridgeton station is your last option.
Dalmarnock and Bridgeton stations are on the low line service from Glasgow Central to Motherwell line, which can also be caught at Argyle Street.
Dukes Street and Bellgrove Station both run off the Glasgow to Airdrie line, and can be caught at Queen Street Station.
The best bus services are the 61, 62 & 43, which run through the Gallowgate and to the back of the stadium, at the Janefield entrance. Other buses are the 16, 18, 20 and 263 services from Argyle Street, which take you through Bridgeton and onto Dalmarnock road, leaving you with a 10minute walk up Nuneaton Street (where Celtic buses park)…as well as the 8, 40, 43, 64, 162, 240, 255 & 262 which run to the Forge, and another 10 minute walk to the stadium.
Obviously the Gallowgate/Barras area of Glasgow, if chock full of Celtic minded bars, which is easily accesible by the public bus service, or alternatively with walking distance of the ground. The More Than 90 Minutes favourites are The Tollbooth, Lynch’s, Bairds Bar, the Saracen Head, Bar 67, the Squirrel Bar and Tir Na nOg
The Brazen Head bar, is located in the Gorbals area of Glasgow, unfortunately the public transport to Celtic Park is non existant. It is with that, the bar itself and the bars C.S.C., the James Stokes V.C., both put on buses to take patrons to and from the matches for a nominal fee.
CELTIC PARK TOURS
Guided stadium tours of app. 60 minutes + Celtic museum
Opening times:Monday-Sunday: 11:00, 12:00, 1:45 & 2:30
Tel: 0141 551 4308
Fax: 0141 551 8106
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More Than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine, PO Box 150 Drogheda, County Louth Ireland.