We know its hard planning your trip to Doors Open Day. You need to make sure you can fit in all the different buildings and events at certain times, plan how to get there and schedule in some breaks. So we've provided some helpful links for you.
Glasgow Doors Open Day and Mackintosh Festival Competition 2015
Thank you to everyone who entered an image to the 2015 Glasgow Doors Open Day and Mackintosh Festival photography competition. We had around 200 entries this year!
With so many fantastic images it was tough to choose overall winners but congratulations to David Walker, Gary Mackenzie, Joanne Freebairn and Stephen Cruickshank.
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©David Walker Mitchell Library Dome
©Gary Mackenzie GVVT Bridgeton Bus Garage
© Joanne Freebairn View from South Portland Street Suspension Bridge
©Stephen Cruickshank Glasgow City Chambers
For larger versions of our winning images and to keep up to date with all our latest news and events check out our facebook page here.
Our next Doors Open Day is scheduled to take place from September 12th-18th 2016. (Programme TBC)
Our 2015 Programme has now finished but you can get an idea of what to expect next year by viewing our 2015 brochure here. More details for each of the past events are available in the online programme listings and this year was our first ever Childrens Programme!
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Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Glasgow Doors Open Day is coordinated by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust and funded by Glasgow City Council along with other sponsors. If you would like to help enable Doors Open Day to take place why not donate or become a member.
Latest Tweets & Announcements:
This year we are aligning with the European Year of Industrial and Technical Heritage 2015! Find out all about the Industrial Heritage of Glasgow through series of events.
With the support of HLF, Glasgowlife and other sponsors we have been able to organise a dedicated children's programme for Glasgow Doors Open Day this year!