2 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3NY
1988, Sir Leslie Martin
Come along to one of Scotland’s most prestigious venues, built in 1990 for Glasgow's reign as European City of Culture. Now hosting nearly 250 performances each year, visitors can follow in the footsteps of artists including BB King, Johnny Cash and Bob Hope.
Built in 1990 for Glasgow's reign as European City of Culture, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is located in the heart of the city. Whether you're simply visiting the city, or a true Glaswegian, you won't fail to be caught up in the magic as you get to take a peek inside the venue that hosts world renowned classical, jazz, pop, rock and folk concerts every year.
The building is open every day to the public but timings vary depending on concert schedules. The public are free to enter the building and go to Cafe, Box Office, Gift Shop, Gallery areas during the day but not in the evening unless they have tickets for the event.
Tours: Sun 11am and 2pm; 45 minutes
Sunday 16th September 11am
Sunday 16th September 2pm
Tour meeting point: GRCH Box Office
Parking: Concert Square Multi-Storey Car Park opposite the Concert Hall
Accessibility: The Buchanan Street entrance has a number of steep steps, however the Killermont Street entrance has a lift and is accessible for all. The tour involves back stage gallery areas which involve a lot of stairs with no accessible lifts.
Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Wellpark Enterprise Centre
120 Sydney Street, Glasgow
Registered Company Number: SC079721
Scottish Charity Number: SC015443