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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
Part of a civic reception we visited the City Chambers and were welcomed by being piped in followed by traditional Scottish dancing both of which were superb. This building is well worth a visit - it's absolutely stunning, a real piece of history.
It was longer than I expected, about an hour. Not a bad thing. We got to sit in chambers and feel history.
Tour guide was very informative and learned much about the building and the development of Glasgow.
It is a truly grand building and...More
Cith Chambers is situated in George's Sq and was opened by Queen Victoria. It is a wonderful building on the outside, but once inside it is absolutely stunning. Marble staircase, marble walls, really a beautiful place to visit. The ground floor has an exhibition about...More
We stopped by for a look around. Didn’t do a tour (there are two offered daily), but still looked around on the bottom floor and admired the lovely architecture. The reception staff were very friendly. Easy and quick to stop by and appreciate.
Visited for an educational days seminars. Lovely building inside. Nice architecture etc. In main chamber for part of the day, big plush leather seats with the use of microphones . Downside it was cold needed to keep jacket on. Room for using in the afternoon...More