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Nearest train station to Celtic Park

Trains to Celtic Park

In Parkhead, Glasgow, Celtic Park stadium is a 30-minute walk from both Glasgow Central (trains from Ayrshire, the Clyde Coast, and England) and Glasgow Queen Street (trains from Edinburgh and the north) in the city centre. Local rail services from Glasgow Central stop at Dalmarnock station, a ten-minute walk from Celtic Park. A little further away, but also popular with Celtic fans, is Bridgeton station, which is fifteen minutes from the stadium on foot.

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About Celtic Park

One of Europe's largest stadiums, Celtic Park, is the home of forty-six-time Scottish Champions - Celtic Football Club. The stadium is a great place to drink in the long history and heritage of one of Scotland's most successful teams. Visitors can embark on a guided tour of the stadium, walking in the footsteps of former greats like Henrik Larrson and Kenny Dalglish.

The stadium also has several interactive exhibitions as well as a whole host of club memorabilia, charting the success of the reigning Scottish Champions across their 127-year existence.

For match day visitors, there truly is no better place to experience top-flight Scottish football and to feel the passion Scot's have for the game of football in the form of Celtic's legendary fans.

On particularly special days, visitors should head for the restaurant, which can be booked for special occasions and serves up the perfect treat to any football obsessives. The area around the stadium is rather sparse, but well connected, with the Merchant City area of Glasgow just a short bus ride away and perfect for grabbing a bite to eat before or after a trip to the stadium.

Celtic Park Details


Celtic Park
G40 3RE

0871 226 1888

Opening times

Tours daily at 11am and 1.45pm

(weekend tours subject to match schedule)

Useful links when visiting Celtic Park by train