Pearce Institute, The

840-860 Govan Road  G51 3UU

Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, 1906

Category A Listed

Explore parts of this Magnificent  historic building not previously open to the public. View photographs and memorabilia illustrating the contribution that the people of Govan have made in shaping Glasgows history.

The Pearce Institute offers a unique selection of characterful, well equipped rooms and facilities in an historic building which can be used for a wide variety of purposes including; Conferences, AGMs, Training courses, Clubs, Musical performances, Parties.

Walking tours around the building will be taken in groups of 10 (first-come-first-served basis).  Experienced staff will be on hand to answer any questions.

Number in Brochure: 78

Opening Times

Sat 10am 4pm. Tours: available on request; 1/2 hour. Meeting Point: Front Reception

Access

Restrictions on Access: Certain parts of the building will not be open that pose a Health & Safety risk (i.e. the balcony area), as well as tenant offices.

Limited Disabled Access
There is a disabled entrance, as well as disabled parking at the side of the building.  However, although we have a lift to the first and second floor, there are also stairs on both floors which cannot be accessed by wheelchair.

Facilities

Disabled Toilet
Toilets

Refreshments Available

Getting Here

Nearest Train or Subway Station(s): Govan Subway Station

Parking: On Street Parking Available Free of Charge

Contact

0141 445 6007

info@pearceinstitute.org.uk

www.pearceinstitute.org.uk

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