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The Scottish Event Campus (SEC) comprises the SEC Centre, SEC Armadillo and The SSE Hydro.

It is situated in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland’s cultural and commercial capital and is one of the UK’s largest integrated spaces, purpose-built for exhibitions, conferences and live entertainment.

Capable of delivering events for two to well over 10,000, SEC Centre has infinite flexibility and includes the main meeting hub, the Loch Suite. Combined with the 3,000 seat SEC Armadillo, they offer 22,344m2 of event space.

A truly iconic structure,The SSE Hydro hosts national and international music mega stars as well as global entertainment and sporting events. With a capacity of 13,000, the venue stages around 140 events a year

Scottish Event Campus Ltd
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Tel: +44 (0) 141 248 3000


Glasgow is one of the world's most exciting, friendly and culturally vibrant cities voted the 'Worlds Friendliest City' in 2014 (Rough Guide poll).  It has a vibrant arts scene, amazing architecture, world-class museums and art galleries.  The city is home to Scotland's national opera, ballet and theatre companies and is a UNESCO City of Music.

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Explore Finnieston
The SEC is within easy walking distance of the trendy Finnieston area, with a selection of unique restaurants and bars to explore.

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The Rotunda complex has a range of restaurants within easy walking distance of the SEC Centre. Full details are available here:


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Getting there


There are more than 20 direct trains per day from London.  Direct trains from Edinburgh run every 15 minutes on weekdays.  The SEC has its own dedicated railway station - Exhibition Centre.  There are six trains per hour (every 10 minutes) from Glagow Central station, departing from Platform 17 (low level).  Once in the city centre, the SEC is a three-minute train ride from Glasgow Central.  If you are arriving at Queen Street, you will need to walk or take a bus to Central to continue your journey by train.


This is the main operator in Scotland and has information on the West Highland Line, the North Highland Line and Caledonian Sleeprs (overnight trains from Scotland to London) For more information on the rail network within Scotland visit

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Virgin trains West Coast services run to and from London Euston to Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham. Virgin Trains East Coast services go from and to London King's Cross to Edinburgh, Leeds, York and Newcastle. Book your train ticket here -

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Glasgow is served by three international airports with connections across the world

Glasgow Airport - 8 miles west of the city (

Glasgow Prestwick Airport - 32 miles southwest of the city (

Edinburgh Airport - 39 miles from Glasgow (