SOLD OUT! Glasgow Doors Open Days Guided Walk 2: Royal Exchange Square

Tuesday 11th September, 1pm
Meeting Point: Entrance to former St Vincent Place public toilets  
Duration: 50 mins approx.

Highlights include the tragedy of W J Anderson, James Miller’s Anchor Line Building, the influence of Michelangelo; David Hamilton’s Royal Exchange Square; a Renaissance palace; Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow Herald Building (aka the Lighthouse); can Brutalism be touchy feely; and, the site of the original Miss Cranston’s Buchanan Street tea room.

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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.