Glasgow City Chambers

The historic and prominent Glasgow City Chambers is among the city’s most iconic and majestic buildings. The design of the building was the work of Scottish architect William Young. Opened in 1888 by Queen Victoria following six years of construction work, the focal point of George Square has served as the headquarters for councils of the City of Glasgow for more than one hundred years. Glasgow City Chambers opens its doors on weekdays, providing opportunities for the public to step inside and see its opulent features, including the largest marble staircase in western Europe, and more than 1.5 million hand-laid tiles which decorate the vaulted ceilings and domes.

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