Glasgow Science Festival 2024: Glasgow's Transforming, 6th to 16th June

Browse our award-winning programme of in person events and activities running at venues across the City from the 6th to the 16th June. Almost all events are FREE. We look forward to seeing you there! With thanks to our funders, the Scottish Government & the University of Glasgow. 

See below for the full programme of events listed in chronological order and separated into: Public Events, School Events & Activities and Exhibitions.

Use our filters (In this Section on mobiles) to browse by event type or daytime, evening and weekend events. View or download the GSF24 timetable.


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My Favourite Transformation

Thu, 05 May 2022 20:55:00 BST


Events & Activity Packs for Schools at Glasgow Science Festival

Earn Young Scot Rewards Points for attending Glasgow Science Festival events!

Young Scot Membership is the home of Young Scot discounts, activities and rewards. You can take part in great activities like volunteering or filling out surveys to get your voice heard, earn Rewards points and get access to Rewards like tickets to events, technology and more!

You can now earn Rewards points for attending the Glasgow Science Festival!

Take part in free activities and meet our resarchers at the Riverside Museum, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery and Bodies of Knowledge: A Science & Circus Cabaret to earn those points. More info on the events can be found above.  

Nearby Events


For more fun things to do after Glasgow Science Festival, check out our friends at WestFest: Glasgow’s newest cultural and community festival. The second annual WestFest will take place from Saturday 1st – Sunday 30th June, bringing together over 100 high quality, vibrant and inclusive events in 50 venues across the West End. Many of these events take place close to Glasgow Science Festival at the Botanics and Glasgow Science Festival at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum