Looking for the perfect rooftop experience this GDODF? Here’s a selection of some of the buildings and tours that offer outstanding views, from terrace bars to the top of a 22-storey tower block. Ideal for capturing some stunning landscape shots. Read more...
The ambitious re-development of this Grade-A listed former General Post Office building involved construction of a new 10-storey building behind the original Victorian façade! Inspired by Victorian railway architecture, the dramatic glass and metal domed roof and external roof terraces provide unique views across the city centre.
Glasgow’s oldest theatre boasts a contemporary rooftop bar with views stretching as far as the Campsie Fells.
The Lighthouse viewing platforms offer some of the best panoramic views of Glasgow anywhere in the city. The former Herald building was Charles Rennie Mackintosh's first public commission, and the outdoor viewing platform is housed on top of the building's unusual water-tower. Plus the indoor viewing platform means you can still admire the city's architecture on the dreichest of Glasgow days!
The residents of Campbell Gate Tenement know how to host a great Doors Open Days experience - the festival gets you access to their private roof garden. Grab something from the pop-up cafe and enjoy the fantastic opportunity to see the Southside from a different vantage point!
22-storey Anniesland Court is the tallest listed building in Scotland and Glasgow’s only Grade-A listed tower block. Built between 1968 and 1970 at a time when the Glasgow Corporation was building tower blocks throughout the city, it remains one of the finest examples of these megastructures.
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