C-listed pavilion and playing rink designed for outside curling. Many original features, inside and out and proud owners of the 18th century Partick Bell. Stone sets and associated artefacts on show with experienced curlers to explain the curling game.
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This A-listed building was gifted to the people of Govan and has served the needs of the local community for over a century. View photographs and memorabilia illustrating the contribution that the people of Govan have made in shaping Glasgow’s history.
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The People's Palace, set in historic Glasgow Green, tells the story of the people and city of Glasgow from 1750 to the end of the 20th century. Get a wonderful insight into how Glaswegians lived, worked and played in years gone by.
The former Italian Renaissance inspired factory features the most intricate and ornate use of brick to be found in the city. Now used by The Pipe Factory - a group of artists, writers & architects who run an open studio.
Important as the oldest surviving railway station in operation in Glasgow, it was recently repaired and converted by GBPT as a base for South West Community Cycles. Explore nearby Pollok Park with free bike hire throughout the weekend, advance booking required for this on 0141 632 715.
This impressive B-listed church, by Robert Baldie, dates to 1878. The stained glass creates its own unique light at different times of the day. The magnificent Harrison and Harrison 3 manual organ (1913) is regularly in use.
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An historic gem nestled within Auchlinlea Park. Explore the rare collection of buildings and walled courtyard, thought to have origins in the medieval period, and discover its fascinating history.
Dating from 1471, Provand’s Lordship is Glasgow’s oldest remaining house which formed part of the Cathedral precinct. Having passed into secular and commercial use, it was saved from demolition by the Provand's Lordship Society in the early 20th century.
1850s terraced house still retaining many original features, originally a private house, now home to the Quakers since 1992. Discover the tradition of the Quakers through an illustrated exhibition
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