Architect Unknown, 1900
Category C Listed
Curling is one of Scotlands oldest sports. Sadly, few outside rinks with clubhouses have survived. Rarely open to the public, this listed clubhouse takes you back in time to an age when members were annually able to play outside.
Curling is one of Scotlands oldest sports beloved of all living in the countryside. Movement of the sport to incorporate town areas was aided by the invention of artificial ponds of which the present playing area is a prime example. Much of the character of the 1902 pavilion has been retained together with artifacts of the game. Members will be on hand to show you around and talk on the technicalities of the sport. In addition, the Partick Bell will be on display, the significance of which to the history of Partick Burgh will be outlined. Tea and coffee will be available (no charge). Given that both days will be dry, children with mums and dads, will be able to try out the game of curling. How is this possible? Come and see!
Part of the Childrens Programme: Come and try curling. Open to all family members. No granite stones are used and the game will be supervised at all times.
Number in Brochure: 103
Sat & Sun 10am 4pm
Restrictions on Access: Enter by Queen Victoria Drive North. Situated within a busy maintenance yard. Be aware of lorries on the go.
Full Disabled Access
Enter drive to Maintenance Area of Park. Queen Victoria Drive North.
Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Jordanhill train station
Parking: On Street Parking Available Free of Charge