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National Piping Centre Pipers Tryst Hotel



The National Piping Centre is a centre of excellence for the great highland bagpipes. Go along to experience live music, world class bagpiping, tours of the beautiful building and you could stay for a coffee at The Pipers Tryst.

The great highland bagpipe, perhaps the best known of Scotlands musical instruments and an ambassador for Scotland throughout the world, is accorded new prominence by the founding of The National Piping Centre.

 

Please note that unfortunately on Sunday the Museum Only will be open and the tour times are now 10am & 11am.

Activities

Come and Try The Bagpipe Sessions will take place on Sunday 22nd September for visitors to have a go at the national instrument.
Tours will take place periodically during the day and The Museum of Piping is free of charge for guests to look around on both days.

Just for Kids

Come and Try The Bagpipes workshop for children on the Sunday at 12pm.
This gives children the opportunity to have a tester of piping lessons and allows you, the parents, the chance to understand if your child is interested in taking up the bagpipes.

Getting Here

Nearest Train Station:
Central Station Queen Street

Nearest Subway Station:
Cowcaddens

No Parking Available

Facilites Access

Building Details

30-34 McPhater Street
Cowcaddens
G4 0HW

Area:
Anderston/City

Architect(s) Date(s):
Douglas Sellers, 1872
McGurn, Logan, Duncan Opfer, 1993-6

Building Type:
Arts/Events, Halls, Hotel, Religious,

Dates and Times

Building Open

Saturday 21st September:
09:00-12:00

Sunday 22nd September:
10:00-16:00 (Museum Only)

Tours

Saturday 21st September:
10:00

Sunday 22nd September:
10:00, 11:00

Duration: 1 Hour

Booking Details

No Booking Required



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