Garnethill Synagogue

129 Hill Street  G3 6UB

John McLeod & N.S. Joseph, 1879

Category A Listed

Scotlands first, purpose-built synagogue is also the home of the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre, which contains displays on the history of Jews in Scotland. This A-listed building features extensive high quality stained glass windows. Photography inside the building is permitted under supervision.

Hosting a Lids Open Day

Number in Brochure: 10

Opening Times

Sun 10am 4pm

Access

Limited Disabled Access
Ramp available at the front door. Access to the Museum is by 28 Garnet Street.

Facilities

Disabled Toilet
Toilets
Hearing Loop
Refreshments Available

Getting Here

Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Charing Cross

Parking: On Street Parking Available Charges Apply
Car park on Scott Street, located 200 yards from the Synagogue

Contact

0141 332 4151

pamlevin@btinternet.com

www.sjac.org.uk/

 

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Garnethill Synagogue
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