Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is an annual event taking place across the city during the third week of September. Buildings open their doors and give free access to the public in order to showcase the city’s built environment, architecture and heritage. As well as open access to buildings, the week-long programme also includes bookable walks, tours, talks, special events and a dedicated children’s programme.
Glasgow City Heritage Trust will be holding two stalls during Doors Open Day. Come along to St. Andrews in the Square (10am-2pm) to discover what GCHT actually do, or pop along to the Lighthouse to learn more about traditional skills and materials.
Other events include:
14th September The evolution of George Square Lecture 12.30pm (Venue: St Andrews in the Square)
15th September The Monuments tour Walking tour 6pm (Start point: Base of the Monument to Sir Walter Scott)
18th September Glasgow through the Ages 1 – origins and enlightenment Walking tour 11am (Starting Point: St Andrews in the Square)
18th September Glasgow – origins and enlightenment Walking tour 2pm (Starting Point: The Lighthouse, Mitchell Lane)
To find out any more information about these events please come to 54 Bell Street to pick up a Door Open Day Festival Booklet or go to the Glasgow Doors Open Day website.