Fairfield Shipyard Offices

1048 Govan Road  G51 4XS

John Keppie of Honeyman & Keppie, 1890; Page\Park, 2013

Category A Listed

Fairfield has been described as the finest shipbuilding office in Britain, where some of the most famous Clydeside ships were designed and launched. Recently renovated the building now includes a Heritage Centre telling the story of Fairfields long and continuing shipbuilding history.

Built in 1891 by John Keppie, the buildings renowned architectural features include stained Glass windows, statuary, a grand staircase and ornate wood paneling and ceilings.

Part of the Childrens Programme: Crafts and Dressing up Activities throughout the day.

Discover Glasgows Industrial Heritage: Shipyard offices and heritage centre!

Number in Brochure: 65

Opening Times

Sat & Sun 10am 4pm

Access

Restrictions on Access: Photographic room on top floor reached by spiral staircase.
Full Disabled Access
at rear of building, would be best to arrange beforehand . On the day arrange with the steward at the front door.

Facilities

Disabled Toilet
Toilets
Hearing Loop

Getting Here

Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Govan Subway

Parking: On Street Parking Available Free of Charge

Contact

0141 445 5866

mail@govanworkspace.co.uk

www.fairfieldgovan.org.uk

www.twitter.com/FairfieldGovan

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Fairfield Shipyard Offices
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