Visiting Princes Square
Accessible restrooms are located on the lower ground and second floors (between Barca and Zizzi). Each door is fitted with a radar key to allow access. If you require assistance, please speak to a member of the team in the mall or call our Security control room on 0141 221 0324 (option 2).
Guests are welcome to bring assistance dogs into Princes Square. Should you need water for assistance dogs, please speak to a member of the team in the mall or call our Security control room on 0141 221 0324 (option 2). Pets are not permitted at any time.
Baby changing facilities are located within the female restrooms on the lower ground and third floors. A dedicated baby change room is also available on the second floor, between Barca and Zizzi.
While Princes Square does not have a car park, access to our Springfield Court yard is allowed to support those with mobility needs. To arrange, please contact Security on 0141 221 0324 (option 2) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Princes Square has four lifts serving all floors of the building; one scenic lift is located either side of the feature stairs and one passenger lift is available in stairwells at the exit to Queen Street and beside Kate Spade.
For maps of the mall, please see Princes Square Maps.
Restrooms are located at the lower ground courtyard and third floors.
Public seating can be found in the lower ground courtyard and on the first floor, outside The Re-Up Clothing or Sheila Fleet.
Complimentary public wi-fi is available during your visit. Simply connect to the network named ‘Princes Square’.
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Princes Square is located in the heart of Glasgow’s main shopping location, Buchanan Street.
Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 3JN
Princes Square does not offer secure bike storage, though bike racks are provided by Glasgow City Council on Queen Street, near Tesco.
Princes Square is served by many local bus routes, with nearby stops including Argyle Street, George Square, Ingram Street and Buchanan Bus Station.
For further information and to help plan your journey, visit SPT or Traveline.
If you’re coming by car, Princes Square does not have a car park – but you can find information about Glasgow city centre parking here.
We are also pleased to have partnered with Q-Park to offer a 20% discount for our guests at the nearby Q-Park St Enoch and Q-Park Jamaica Street. Simply pre-book online at www.q-park.co.uk and use the code PRINCESSQ to redeem your discount.
As of 1st June 2023, Glasgow enforces a Low Emission Zone within the city centre. You can check your vehicle’s suitability on Transport Scotland’s Vehicle Checker.
Princes Square is located between St Enoch and Buchanan Street subway stations.
Visit SPT for further information on the Glasgow subway.
If visiting Princes Square by taxi, the closest drop-off point is on Queen Street, at the Cass Art store. On foot, follow the lane to our Springfield Court entrance.
Princes Square is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from both Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street stations.
Visit National Rail or Trainline to plan your journey.
Princes Square opens to the public from 9am Monday – Saturday and 10am on Sundays and bank holidays. The building is closed on Christmas Day and only Everyman cinema is open on New Year’s Day.
Most of our retailers open from 10am – 6pm Monday – Saturday and from 11am – 5pm on Sunday and bank holidays. Please confirm opening hours with individual stores before making your visit.
Our coffee shops Café Bombon, Cranachan and Tinderbox open at 9am Monday – Saturday and 10am on Sundays and bank holidays.
Bars & restaurants
Most bars and restaurants open from 12pm until late, though opening hours may vary by venue, please confirm before visiting. Booking is not always required, but recommended especially during busy periods such as Christmas.
Everyman cinema opens at 10am daily, or 30 minutes before the first screening of the day, if earlier.