The people who designed this museum didn’t hit the bar. well laid out , informative, interesting and fun. take the kids its a must if you enjoy football or not.
Great place to visit for all avid Football and Scotland fans, great history of the SFA and all of Scottish football and the hall of Fame is also here a great couple of hours spent here.
Visited July 2011
I went with friends who are football mad, so I was only along for the ride really. I was so surprised how much I enjoyed it. Through the players changing rooms, timed goals for those who want the challenge at the indoor area. Waiting to enter the pitch with the roar in your ears. Great guide. Yes I would go again with other friends, this time looking forward to the visit.
Thank you all so much for making our visit to Hampden a day to remember.
We found the Hampden Experience exceeded all expectations. All staff we encountered were friendly, well informed and helpful.
We would like to say a special thank you to Stuart, our guide, as we all commented that he made the visit come alive. Stuart’s jokes, insight and obvious passion for the sport made a real impression on our children who have been talking about their visit ever since we got back! When they see Hampden on the TV during the Commonwealth Games they are going to proudly say, “we were there!”
Thank you again and best wishes.
AHT Clachan and Skipness Primary Schools
Brilliant museum, full of interesting and interactive displays, an absolute must for any football fan and a pleasant outing even if you don’t like football.
Visited March 2012
If you love football and are in Glasgow you should visit this museum. Highlights include an original Scotland v England ticket (the oldest international football match in the world). Old caps, programmes, trophies and strips can be seen.There is a great film about Hampden between the wars with the old Hampden roar and crowds of 120,000. My favourite is watching Archie Gemmill score against Holland in 1978 on a video loop. Friendly and helpful staff. Unfortunately didn’t do the stadium tour. Good shop and cafe at end of museum.
Visited September 2011