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Inaugurated by Queen Victoria in 1888, Glasgow City Chambers dominates George Square and is currently home to Glasgow City Council. The grand marble staircase and banqueting hall are among the building's many highlights. Free guided tours are...more
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Certain buildings hold an "open doors" policy during September and we had access to the ground floor of this building. Fantastic marble and tiled floors. City your claims it has more marble than the Vatican, hard to tell but the different staircases are very impressive.
Was fortunate enough to do the morning tour of the city chambers last Friday 13th September. We could not believe how magnificent the interior of the building was with all the marble on show. It was nothing short of spectacular. Our guide was Margaret who...More
This massive Victorian palace was built as the seat of the city government at the end of the XIX century and is an imposing example of civic pride.
The exterior is all turrets, columns and domes and the interior is all marble and mosaic and...More
Living locally you don't tend to do these tours in your home town. This one is not to be missed. Our tour guide Donna was lovely, very informative about the building with some interesting facts and stories. The building is beautiful and made me proud...More