SOLD OUT! Glasgow Doors Open Days Guided Walk 3: Ingram Street

Wednesday 12th September, 1pm
Meeting Point: The front steps to GOMA
Duration: 50 mins approx.

Highlights include the link between Paris’s Arc du Triomphe and the Monument to the Duke of Wellington; Corinthian’s connection to Liverpool; Sir JJ Burnet’s baroque TSB Banking Hall; one of the finest examples of Post-Modernism in the UK; the decadence of Versailles comes to Glasgow; and, the paired Triumphal Arches of John Street – one of the great moments in 20th Century Scottish architecture.


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Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is an annual event taking place across the city during the third week in September. Buildings open their doors and give free access to the public to showcase the city’s architecture and heritage. As well as access to buildings, the week-long programme includes walks, tours, talks and special events.