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ST ENOCH CIRCUIT

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Britannia Panopticon Music Hall Britannia Panopticon Music Hall

SELF-LED TRAIL : WALKING ROUTE GLASGOW DOORS OPEN DAY 2012 Start & Finish – St Enoch Subway

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hustle of the 21st century for the bustles of years of brewing history. Produces approx the Distance –Apostle 2.3miles, around hour 19th. Exhibition of costume and1 early Saint Paul the Catholic Church 190 Clyde Street, G1 4JY 200 million litres of beer each year. Tours film. Terrain – Chambers a level(Glasgow walkCity onMarketing goodBureau) surfaces. Glasgow City James Gillespie Graham, 1816 7. Clydeport last 60 mins. Exhibition of Tennent’s Lager Saturday & Sunday, 11am-5pm history. Not suitable for with limited Recently renovated, 16 Robertson Street, G2people 8DS Glasgow’s Wc walking Wc route will take you alongside the River Clyde, through the historical mobility, sensible footwear Over P first post-Reformation Catholic This Sir John James Burnet, 1883-86 33. Tobacco Merchant’s House 30. St. Mungo Museum ofadvised. 18s only. Church and Advance an early booking example essential of Gothic at Glasgow Green Religious Life & Art Seldom open to the public, Clydeport’s 42 Miller Street, G1and 1DT the bustling Barras Market visiting 7 very different and glasgowdoorsopenday.com revivalism is seen in renewed splendour, DoorS Open Day superb head office contains a number interesting DoD venues along the way. 2Sat. Castle Street, G4 0RH with stunning décor, new artwork including John Craig, 1775 10am-4pm; Sun. 12noon-4pm Glasgow’s Built Heritage Festival of fine features: French walnut panelling Peter Howson's Page\Park, 1991St. John Ogilvie and the This A-listed building is one of P Wc and Stephen Adam stained glass. Access Leave St Enoch Subway and, keeping the St Enoch Centre on your left, walk down addition of a cloister garden. the few remaining 18th century a mix of talks and tours in the er 1,000. Enjoy restricted to second floor. ommis25. Royal&which College of Physicians the Riverside Dixon St. Sunday, 10am-4pm merchant's housesvia in Glasgow andOnce is nowon Clyde St turn left and come to the first museum, explores the role of religion to ft wide. Saturday NEW! tecture 37. Willow Tea Rooms Saturday 10am-4pm & Surgeons of Glasgow owned by the Scottish Civic Trust and used DoD venue, St Andrews Cathedral (venue 26). Carry on to the end of Clyde St 5. citize Wc Wc L and aims to promote respect and underpinnacles Centre, 217 Sauchiehall Street, Wc Wc as offices. Staff will be on hand to talk standing thoseG2 ofG23EX differing faiths and citiz Stbetween Vincent Street, 5RJ y canopy view. 232-242 cross over to the Briggait (venue 3). neon Barrowland Ballroom sign - a 605.Renfre about the history of the building and the Remodelled and of Andrew’s none. by Charles mba. ookingAll Architect 27. St. theRennie Square unknown, in 1820; 60 Ren neon Barrowland Ballroom sign a Concrete Trust's work. Steep steps from street and must-see. Mackintosh, 1903 Fire ospital ic 10am8. Cowcaddens Station Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-5pm 365 or Altered Carry on down Bridgegait crossing the Saltmarket onto Steel St. Turn left up by JJ Burnet, 1892 must-see. Concret 1 St. Andrew's Square, G1 5PP inside building. Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm in the The jewel in the G4 crown of Mackin- Turnbull lasgow. 123JPort Dundas Road, Wc • Wc L1739-1756; to St Andrews in the SquareWc(venue 27). Leave10am-4pm St Andrews in the Contempo Saturday & Sunday, decorated Beaux 1ES Arts interior, Dreghorn, of the Allan Finely Contem SaturdaySt 10am-4pm bedroom m-4pm tosh’s work during his partnership Architect unknown, 1985 originally built in 1820 with2000 later and walk back down Turnbull St, across Groves-Raines erating Nicholas bedroom Wc Greendyke St and into Glasgow and cons with Kate Cranston, Architects, (entrepreneur early Square Wc 31. St. Street Church and additions by Sir John J. labora- alterations AnVincent extremely busy operational Fire Green. Walk past the childrens play area and take the central path up through the many and ico co 1900s). The Room De Luxe with its silver One of the top six classical churches 3. The Briggait 5. citizenM Hotel NEW! The building houses fine collection s and a Burnet. Station which attends 3,000 many 265 Vincent Street, G2a5QY furniture. furniture andsuperbly leaded glass workover a Green inStthe UK, restored byremains GBPT. 3. The Briggait 1. The Arches flanked byG2 pyramid box trees to Nelsons monument. The Trades of Glasgow books, portraits contemporary art.aof 6034. 141 Bridgegate, G1 5HZThe People’s Palace furnitur ooking of incidents year.and There will1859 be atotour Renfrew Street, Hall 3BW neon Ballroom sign -the well Barrowland loved attraction. Tours bookable in Exhibition ofper Glasgow’s connection 1.Argyle The Arches Alexander ‘’Greek’’ Thomson, 141 Bridgegate, G1 instruments are also displayed. 253 Street, G2 8DL (enter under and the glasshouse of the Winter Gardens (venue 27) are in5HZ front ofRussell you.prayer Saturday three full-time scholars; aNicol dedicated m or by Medical the station and fire appliances. 85 Glassford Street, G1 1UH Clarke & Bell (ext.), 1873; must-see. advance 0141 0521 or by slave tradeon will be332 on display. A emailing ramp Concrete Architectural Associates, 2010 11. Garnethill Synagogue Featuring the Classical-inspired WcSaturda • Wc 253 Argyle Street, G2 8DL (enter under Heilanman's Umbrella at Central Station) Saturday 10am-4pm area for women and its own shop. Mosque Clarke & Bell (ext.), 1873; Nicol Russell eow there through Studios redevelopment), 2010 hustle of(int. the 21st century for the bustles of Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm s.proctor@willowtearooms.co.uk, otherwise Café Source to the lift access Contemporary Robert Adam, 1794 Britannia Panopticon Music Hall Saturday &architecture Sunday, 10am-4pm Wc • W building housing a 198 of gives Alexander Heilanman's Umbrella at Central Station) 129 Hill Street, G3 6UB Leave the People’s Palace by the front entrance and walk left in front of the Dalton tours will take place every 20 mins and will Studios (int. redevelopment), 2010 Donald A Matheson, 1879 the 19th. costume Wc • Wc Wc first come, first served. by visitors to be a bedroom to wheelchair users. The Exhibition City’s fish of market for and over early 100 P Wc Use Glasgow’s Hall dates hotel built with aTrades modular design WcThomson and considered Donald AofMatheson, 1879 John McLeod &come N.S. Joseph, 1879 last about mins. Refreshments film. Fountain onto Greendyke Street. Turn right and cross at 100 the 6. City o The20 market forprovided. over Theconstruction. seven cavernous arches years. InCity’s 2001,fish Wasps Artists' Studios Saturday 10am-4pm; Saturday & Sunday, back and to 1794 asVictorian aout meeting place for Hotel lobbybrick features hidden gem in the 10am-4pm citySunday centre.11am-4pm The archi- and 6. City Performing of Afternoon Prayer. The seven cavernous Victorian brick arches Scotland’ s first, purpose-built years. In 2001, Wasps Artists' Studios Saturday & Sunday, 11am-5pm 39. People’s Palace & supporting Central Station became a multibegan redevelopment and transformed the pedestrian crossings, down Kent St through the Barras Market to the Gallowgate. City Cam 26. St. Andrew’s Cathedral the 14iconic incorporated Trades Glasgow. pieces of Vitraof designed of of space, colour,Art motifs and light many Wc • Wcuse 9. Gallery Modern 3.tect's The Briggait vividly Wc C Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm supporting Central Station became a multisynagogue, is the home of the began redevelopment and transformed the 60City purpose venue in 1991, and so ishistoric celebrating 21 derelict building into a vibrant new home Winter Gardens North Today this magnificent building Wc right. Wc furniture. in the main sanctuary is very impressive. The Barrowland Ballroom (venue 2)and is21onPyour 190 Clyde Street, 4JY alth of disabled 58Bridgegate, Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AH loop purpose venue in 1991, so is celebrating Scottish Jewish Archives Centre  Limited access Wc Disabled WC L Hearing derelict building into a vibrant new home 141 G1G15HZ years of hosting cultural events. There’s a for over 80 visual artists and cultural 60 Nort P Wc retains a&quiet majesty, providing a unique Wylie, Sh Saturday Sunday, 10am-4pm Saturday 10am-4pm Glasgow G40 1AT Stained DoorS Open James Gillespie Graham, 1816 years ofGreen, hosting cultural events. There’s Museum. This building features nder for over 80 visual artists and Day cultural Wylie, S rich history in theA-listed walls - expect access to a organisations. Architect 1778; Clarke & Bellunknown, (ext.), 1873; Nicol Russell 7 venue for functions. Last entry for tours approx Turn left down the Gallowgate, walk straight across High Street and carry on ting on A• B Wc MacDonald, 1898 Wc Wc(int. Glasgow’s Built Heritage Festival Get a un Saint Paul the Apostle Catholic Church & 1880 rich history in the walls - expect access to Saturday extensive high quality stained glassyear. windows. tation) organisations. new areas in this special birthday David Hamilton, 1827-1830 Recently renovated, Glasgow’s Wc Studios redevelopment), 2010 3.30pm, both days. & Sunday, 10am-4pm 15. Glasgow City Tours Get ato tter of down Trongate passing the Theatre (venue 35) and Chambers Britannia Panopticon rooftop newSet areas in this special year. Security at& the door is strictbirthday andTron there istells no in historic Glasgow Green, Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm first post-Reformation Catholic Saturday Sunday, 10am-4pm GoMA in 1996for with commisSaturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm s Lager The City’sopened fish market over 100 Wc Wc L rooftop B-listed b 82 George Square, G2 1DY photography inside the building. 32. Theatre Royal Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm the story of the people andtocity of Music Hall (venue 4) returning St Enoch Square. of Glasgow College, andInan early example of Studios Gothic sioned artworks for Artists' the building. Join 6. Wc Wc L limited arches Church WcCity Wc years. 2001, Wasps B-listed Wc • Wc L roof terra William Young, 1888 Sunday 10am-4pm Glasgow from 1750 to the end of the 20th revivalism is seen in renewed splendour, WcCampus Wc 282 Hope Street, 3QAtransformed GoMA Guides on G2 a Behind the Scenesthe Tour City d. Over began a multiredevelopment and roof ter the centra Panopticon Music Hall century. Explore the city’s social history 4. Britannia décor, new In the very heart of Glasgow stands Weather Wc J Wc LBallroom on stunning Sunday at 12noon &artwork 2pm new toincluding see these 60P tial at ating 21 with derelict building into a vibrant home Charles J. Phipps, 1879 the cen North Hanover Street, G1 2BP 4. Britannia Panopticon Music Hall 2. Barrowland NEW! a wealth of historic artefacts, 113-117 Howson's St. John Ogilvie and Trongate, G1 5HD (enter one of the city’s most important and closed. works, some not currently open tothethe through here’s a Peter Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust, for over 80 first visual artists Weathe 2.Gallowgate, Barrowland Ballroom NEW! Ad Shanks & Underwood, 1958-64 In38. 1867, the theatre onand this cultural site was Wylie, paintings, prints and photographs, film and from 113-117 G1 5HD (enter addition of a cloister garden. 244 G4 0TT NewTrongate, Wynd next Mitchell's prestigious buildings –to the City Chambers. gowdoorso public. First come, first served for all tours. cess to organisations. closed. 12. Glasgow Art Club Bridgeton Bus Garage NEW! the Royal Colosseum and Opera House. The Get 244 Gallowgate, G4 0TT interactive computer displays. from New Wynd next to Mitchell's a unique view overLtdGlasgow in a Amusements) Saturday & 10am-4pm Completed in 1888, it has, for over 100 Guided Original: Hunter & Clark 1934; Rebuilt: ar. Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-5pm gowdoo NEW! Saturday & Sunday, Sunday, 10am-4pm to auditorium was rebuilt 185 Bath G2 4HU 76 Fordneuk Street, G40twice 3AH by Charles rooftop Amusements) tour from the top ofLtd this1934; Category Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-5pm Original: Hunter &1960 Clark Rebuilt: Thomas years, been the headquarters of successive times Gratton & Street, McLean Gildard & Robert Guided Wc Wc L belo Phipps following fires in 1879 and B-listed Wc • Wc J WcJohn Wc L building. From the Keppie Corbusian & McLean 1960 James Baird, 1834; & style Architect unknown, 1965 councils serving the of Glasgow. Thomas Gildard & City Robert MacFarlane, 1857 PGratton Wc • Wc L John J times b 1m reno- 1895. Iconic Barrowland Ballroom. Famous HM Scottish Opera has owned the theatre roof Saturday terrace there are wonderful views over Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1893 HM MacFarlane, 1857 Saturday 10am-4pm Iconic Barrowland Ballroom. Famous Bridgeton Bus Garage is the last a bright, 27. worldwide as a music venue. Once Saturda Oldest surviving music hall. Stan since 1972. Front of house & backstage 12.30pm; St. Andrew’s in the Square conservation andvenue. beyond. 10. Garnetbank PrimaryMusic SchoolHall NEW! the central Britannia Panopticon worldwide as town a area music Once Wc Laurel 1830s houses combined ospital Glasgow surviving music here. hall. Stan worship. 4. famous as Two a Hall popular Glasgow ballroom 12.30pm his debut A WcOldestmade tours at 9.30am Corporation and 10.30am. purpose-built Not suitable Weather 40. Provan dependent. Classrooms & offices Wc NEW! 1 St. Andrew's Square, G1 5PP 231people Renfrew Street, G3 6TX famousvenue. as popular Glasgow ballroom anda renovated toadorned form a club- magical in the 5. citizenM Hotel NEW! bus garage. Opening in 1965, it is now home dancing Laurel madeyouhis debut here. A wed from 113-117 Trongate, G1 5HD (enter Externally with place where can exchange the for with limited mobility; minimum Wc closed. Advance booking essential at glasAuchinlea Park, Auchinlea Road, Dreghorn, 1739-1756; dancing venue. Externally adorned with magical house. Interesting original features include ionic the Allan to the Glasgow Vintage Vehiclebooking: Trust's neon place where can exchange the rofground from New Wynd next to Mitchell's age 8. No admittance without Thomas L. Watson, 1905 Renfrew Street, G2you 3BW Barrowland Ballroom sign4411. - a 60 16. Glasgow Evangelical Church gowdoorsopenday.com or call 0141 554 Easterhouse, G34 9NQ • Disabled P Parking Wc WC J Children’s activities access  Limited disabled acc Groves-Raines Architects, 2000 columns, decorative fireplaces and stained erating collection of vintage buses and commercial point Amusements) 0844 871 7647 or ambassadortickets.com/ 42. Shettleston Parish Church ebuilt:for Nicholas hustle ofArchitectural the 21st Old century for the bustles of must-see. Red sandstone school built in 1905 to the Guided Britannia Panopticon Music Hall Concrete Associates, 2010 Mackintours only; 10J Children’s per tour each day work at • Disabled P Parking Wc WC activities access  Limited disabled a c15th century onwards 18 Cathedral Square, G4 0XA glass. The glazed exhibition gallery shows labora- Thomas vehicles. Guided tours only, commencing on glasgow One of the top six classical churches & Robert the 19th. Exhibition of costume and early design Gildard of Thomas L. Watson, with a slight times 111 Killin Street, Sandyhills, G32 9AH nership below. Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm housing a 198 s and a HM s artists and houses live musictwo and Contemporary theMacFarlane, each hour and lasting mins. of Scotland’Provan John Honeyman,building 1878-1880 Hall comprises inhour, the UK, superbly restored by 45 GBPT. 1857 Saturday 9.30am & 10.30am variation on the old Glasgow School Board Saturday rooking early Famous Wfilm. G McGibbon, 1903 Sunday, 9.30am; 11am;the year. bedroom hotel built with a modular design Wc theatrical&performances throughout Advanceofbooking essential at glasgowdoorbuildings, a courtyard and Exhibition Glasgow’s connection to the Glasgow Evangelical Church has stood on formula, bay windows and 12.30pm; 2pm; 3.30pm Saturday & Sunday, 11am-5pm s silver e. Once Wc Oldestresulting survivingin music hall. Stan and construction. Hotel lobby containing features m or by slave sopenday.com (Tom Donald)of Fine site redsince sandstone Sunday 1pm-4pm curtain wall which contains evidence trade ofwill on display. A ramp this 1878. Thebuilding Church has all the elements Artbe Nouveau. mains a allroom Laurel made his debut here. A P Wc Wc many iconic pieces of Vitra designed e there through Wc valuable old stained glass windows. The medieval origins and further developments Saturday & Sunday, 11am-4pm Café Source to the lift gives access 3. The Briggait original features with statues of Peter and Wc 35. Tron Theatre able in magical d with place where you can exchange the Saturday 10am-4pm furniture. two-manual pipe-organ is one of the six in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. This 1. The Arches to wheelchair users. Paul immediately above the doors. Lavish P Wc • Wc mailing 141 Bridgegate, G1 5HZ 63 Trongate,Category G1 5HB complex set within Saturday Wc finest in Glasgow. & Sunday, 10am-4pm fascinating • Disabled es  Limited disabled access Wc DisabledAWC L Hearing loop & Sunday, 10am-4pm Italianate façade and beautiful stained glass. 253 Argyle Street, G2 8DL access (enter under erwise Saturday 13. Glasgow Cathedral Clarke Bell (ext.), 1873; Nicol Russell Style of&Auchinlea Robert & James 1793; historic Park isAdam, a must see! Saturday Sunday, 10am-4pm Wc • Wc & Umbrella at Central Station) walkit.com Saturday 10am-4pm Garnethill (Tom Donald) WcHeilanman's • Wc Synagogue Studios (int. redevelopment), 2010 5 JJ Burnet, 1899; RMJM, 1999 Castle Street, G4 0QZ Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm P Wc • Wc L ROUTE PLANNER THE URBAN WALKING -4pm Donald A Matheson, 1879 The century City’s fish market for over 100 Wc Wc L  Limited disabled access Wc Disabled WC L Hearing loop Architect unknown, c13th Century The 16th clock tower that fronts 39. People’s Palace & P Wc J 6. City of Glasgow College, Got the walking bug? Log onto... The seven cavernous Victorian brick arches the Theatre years. Inis2001, Wasps Artists' Studios one of the oldest surviving The only Cathedral intact since the 7 Winter Gardens 43. St. Mary’s Church, Calton City Campus www.walkit.com/glasgow supporting Central Station became a multi- landmarks began redevelopment and transformed the 17. Glasgow Film Theatre of the historic Merchant City. Reformation. Fine stained glass, 41. Saint Paul the Apostle purpose venue in 1991, so is celebrating 21 derelict building into a vibrant new home Glasgow Green, G40 1AT to North generate routes 89 Abercromby Street, Hanover Street, G12DQ 2BP Be inspired architecture, with historical tours/exhibitions 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB G40 wonderful interesting modern 60 of hosting cultural events. There’s a and for over 80 visual with artists and catering cultural Wylie, Catholic Church from your doorstep. A years B MacDonald, 1898 refresh yourself special Architect unknown, 1842; Goldie & Child Shanks & Underwood, 1958-64 tapestries, altar cloths & pulpit falls. Site of J McKissack & WJ Anderson II, 1939 rich history in the walls - expect access to offers. organisations. Advance booking essential for& Get (remodelled Sanctuary), 1870 1653 Shettleston Road, G32of 9AR the founding of the City Glasgow Set in historic Glasgow Green, tells a unique view over Glasgow a new areas in this special birthday year. One of the UK's most successful in indeSaturday &Necropolis. Sunday, 10am-4pm guided on&0141 4267. beside tours theKidd the story of the people and city of Gillespie, Coia,552 1959 Imposing historical landmark in the Calton rooftop tour from the top of this Category pendent, specialist cinemas. Its Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm Sunday Wc Wc10am-4pm Lbasilica with Sunday Glasgow from 1750 to the end of the 20th area of the city, one ofthe theCosmo, first large Postbuilding. From the Corbusian style Saturday 1pm-4pm A simple 9.30am-5pm; large open tower B-listed legendary predecessor, opened in Wc Wc century. Explore the city’s social history Reformation Catholic Churches to be built of roof terrace there are wonderful views over Wc • Wc J and copper calvary. Interior re-used marble 1939 modernist building (with If youin this would like to European walk in the company through a wealth of historic artefacts, in 5. Glasgow. Built in the classical style with the central area and beyond. 4. Britannia Panopticon Hall from Grosvenor Restaurant,Music all re-ordered citizenM Hotel NEW! clear Dutch influences) which still boasts rust, others, why conservation not join a FREE health walk. These paintings, prints andBallroom photographs, filmNEW! and a recently restored facade with angels Weather dependent. Classrooms & offices 2. Barrowland for modern Catholic liturgy. With a recent much of its Art Deco interior. Behind theby 36. Wellpark Brewery short walks up to an hour long are led 113-117 Trongate, G1 5HD (enter NEW! interactive computer displays. 60 Renfrew Street, G2 3BW 14. Glasgow CentralBallroom Mosquesign - a closed. neon Barrowland exulting a crowned cross. Advance booking essential captivating cube addition is a must-see. scenes tours are free but over ticketed onata glasfirst244 Gallowgate, G4 0TT from New Wynd next to this Mitchell's trained volunteers. With 40 weekly walks (Tennent Caledonian) must-see. Concrete10am-4pm; Architectural Associates, 2010 gowdoorsopenday.com orSunday call 0141 554 4411. Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 11am-5pm 1Saturday Mosque & Avenue, G510am-4pm 9TA Saturday 1pm-4pm come andthere take place minutes. Sunday, Amusements) acrossbasis the city willper beevery one 30 near you! Visit... Original: Hunter & Clark Ltd 1934; Rebuilt: Saturday & Sunday, 10am-4pm 161 Duke Street, G31 1JD Guided tours only; 10 tour each day Contemporary building housing a at 198 Coleman Ballantine, 1984 PGratton Wc J •& Wc L 1960 P Wc 10am-2pm L Sunday McLean www.glasgowlife.org.uk/healthwalks Thomas Gildard & Robert P Wc • Wc L times below. Brewing on site since 1556 bedroom hotel built with a modular design Wc he last The MacFarlane, biggest Mosque 1857 in Scotland! Can Wc Wc Iconic Barrowland Ballroom. Famous HM Saturday & Sunday, 9.30am; 11am; features and access construction. Hotel lobby • Disabled se-built P Parking Wc WC accessand  Limited Wc Disabled WC L Hearing loop J Children’s activities The home of Tennent’s Lager, the 2,000 worshippers; has disabled 40. Provan Hall as worldwide a music venue. Once accommodate Oldest surviving music hall. Stan 12.30pm; 2pm; 3.30pm many iconic pieces of Vitra designed w home largest brewery site in Scotland. 3. The Briggait For more information and the latest updates, visit us online glasgowdoorsopenday.com GlasgowDoorsOpenDays @GlasgowDOD 9 famous Park, as a Auchinlea popular Glasgow ballroom Laurel made his debut here. A Road, Trust's Auchinlea Spread over 15 acres, with more than 450 Wcfurniture. 1. The Arches 141 Bridgegate, G1 you 5HZcan exchange the dancing venue. 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St Enoch Walk  

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