Glasgow Doors Open Days starts: here are the landmarks and buildings you can visit this year

Historic Glasgow buildings and landmarks have opened their doors for visitors.
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Glasgow Doors Open Days 2022 has a packed programme of in-person and digital events, from historic tours to craft sessions.

The fun starts today (Monday) with a project about Glasgow’s derelict buildings and a tour of the ghost signs of Glasgow.

All of the festival events are celebrating Glasgow’s rich culture, heritage and architecture.

This year’s festival is a special one - it marks the 40th anniversary of the Glasgow Buildings Preservation Trust, which first founded the festival in 1990.

Fairfield will be open to visitors.Fairfield will be open to visitors.
Fairfield will be open to visitors.

What buildings will be open?

More than 100 buildings are set to open to the public during the festival.

It includes theatres, museum stores, factories, studios, breweries and more.

Among those open to visitors are the Govanhill Baths - the Edwardian baths and washhouse which is being restored, the former Fairfield building in Govan, and the Trades Hall of Glasgow.

There will also be a range of in-person and digital events and trails, allowing people to explore and learn more about Glasgow.

When is Glasgow Doors Open Days 2022?

The festival started today (Monday) and runs until September 18.

Events and tours take place throughout the days.

How to book tickets?

Some buildings are open to a limited number of people, requiring visitors to get tickets, while, for others, no tickets are required.

Some buildings do not need tickets for entry, but can be acquired for an additional tour.

Bookings are open now.

Find out more HERE.

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