University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow celebrated its 550th year in 2001 and the campus has more listed buildings than any other in the UK. As well as the Neo-Gothic main building with its skyline-defining spire and open quadrangles, there's the circular Reading Room from the 1930s and the G12 converted cinema and theatre. The visitor centre and café are situated just inside the north front of the main building and between May and September you can go up the tower on Friday at 2pm for great views out across the West End.
Events at this venue
RFS17 | 'Connect with the UK Parliament - how can people get their voices heard at the UK Parliament?'
Do you feel strongly about an issue? Do you want to get your community’s voice heard? Come along to a free interactive workshop from the UK Parliament. You can take forward the issues you care about. Learn how to get your voice heard by finding out more about people, power and politics. Supported by GRAMNet and University…
Fri 30 Jun
Free, unticketed / 0141 330 5511
Part of Refugee Festival Scotland.