The Trades Hall is often referred to as ‘The Hidden Gem of Glasgow’ or ‘Glasgow’s Best Kept Secret’. The building was designed and built from 1791-1794 by prominent Scottish architect Robert Adam. It has a unique history with exceptional features and apart from the medieval cathedral, is the oldest building in Glasgow still used for its original purpose.
Trades Hall can be used for catered or non-catered events and clients can hire one of the six function rooms within the building or any combination of rooms, or even hold an event with exclusive use of the building.
Trades Hall is the home of The Trades House of Glasgow and its 14 Incorporated Crafts. The Trades House of Glasgow was established in 1605 and is now a registered charity (SCO 40548).
on site facilitiesWedding Licence, Ballroom, Training room
equipmentOverhead Projector, White Board, Flipcharts, Lectern, PA System, Secretarial, Photocopier, Back Projection Kit, Microphone, Wi-Fi
- 600 Offsite Car parking spaces available at £4.00 Per Day
- 20 Offsite Coach parking spaces available at £16.00
By car: once you have exited J15 on the M8 onto Castle Castle, continue down to High St crossing over Duke St. At the 1st set of traffic lights turn right onto Ingram St, then at the 2nd set turn left onto Glassford St. You will find us on the right hand side of the street.
- M8 JCT 16 (0.77 miles)
- M8 JCT 15 (0.83 miles)
- M8 JCT 17 (0.91 miles)
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