12 extraordinary Glasgow buildings you can visit for Doors Open Days this weekend

Explore Glasgow’s heritage for the last of this year’s Glasgow Doors Open Days

With a diverse programme of in-person and digital events celebrating Glasgow built environment and history, Glasgow Doors Open Days comes to a close on Sunday 17 September.

This weekend is your last opportunity to enjoy a series of heritage talks, exhibitions, and open buildings, centred around the theme of ‘The Sensory City,’ inspired by poet Liz Lochhead and her poem ‘A Glasgow nonsense rhyme for Molly’.

There are more than 100 buildings open to the public, these are 12 of the most interesting Glasgow spaces to explore. Full details on trails, events, experiences and open days are available here.

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