Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival is an annual event taking place across the city during the 3rd 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.
With its rich heritage, the West End features heavily in the Open Doors Days programme. Get an exclusive look at the Coach House Trust, Kelvinside Hillhead Parish Church and Partick Curling Club, just to mention a few. There are also various walks, talks and tours on the topic of West End buildings and heritage.
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