Are you coming along to Paisley’s Halloween celebrations for an Out of this World experience between Thursday 28 October and Monday 1 November?
Whatever your mode of transport, we’ve got the information you need!
Paisley town centre is a 12 minute drive from Glasgow city centre.
The M8 motorway travels through Renfrewshire on its Greenock / Glasgow / Edinburgh route.
If you’re driving to Paisley, use Junction 27 westbound coming from Glasgow, or Junction 29 eastbound coming from Greenock / Loch Lomond.
The Erskine Bridge (use Junction 30) is your gateway to crossing the River Clyde and exploring the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
There are a number of road closures and diversion routes around Glasgow for COP26, so plan ahead and allow for extra travel time if coming from that direction.
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Also note there will be a couple of road closures in the town for the event:
Bridge Street in Paisley will be closed from Monday 25 October at 0800 until Tuesday 2nd November at 1700.
Forbes Place will also be closed from 1500-2300 on Thursday 28 October to Monday 1 Nov.
Parking in council-owned car parks is currently free, although charges remain in place for all on-street parking spaces.
See the list of council-owned car parks below:
- Cross Street: NW
- Cross Street: SW
- Glen Lane
- Hunter Street
- Hunter Street: Upper
- Lonend: West
- Maxwell Street
- Moncrieff Street
- New Sneddon Street
- Oakshaw Street
- Orchard Street
- Saucel Street
- School Wynd
- St James Street
- Stow Street
- Weighhouse Close
Paisley Gilmour Street Station is the fourth busiest train station in Scotland with regular services to Glasgow and Ayrshire/Inverclyde.
The journey time to Glasgow Central Station is less than 12 minutes.
Train services also operate at the following stations in Renfrewshire:
- Paisley Canal
- Paisley St James
- Milliken Park
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Check on the map