Built Heritage Links


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Further information on Glasgow’s rich built heritage can be found by clicking the links below.


Information on Glasgow’s historic Merchant City


How listing Scotland's buildings works


Search for listed buildings


Information on the historic Townhead area of Glasgow


Website which illustrates the diversity of Scottish Architecture within Glasgow and beyond.


Photographs of Glasgow's buildings and streets as well as showing Glasgow's people going about their daily lives.


Information on the Heritage and Design team within Glasgow City Council who, are amongst other things, responsible for ensuring the careful restoration of the city's historic buildings.


Information on Glasgow’s conservation areas.


Glasgow’s Central Necropolis Books and Guides on Glasgow's Central Necropolis


Glasgow’s Southern Necropolis


Glasgow’s Empire Exhibition of 1938


Information on historic sculptures within Glasgow


Website dedicated to recording and archiving our historic cinema architectural heritage.


Scotland’s largest free annual architectural event held in September


Doors Open Day


Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society Glasgow School of Art The Hill House Scotland Street School


Alexander Thomson website


20th Century Glasgow arhitects Gillespie Kidd and Coia


Information on Glasgow Architect Charles Wilson 1810-1863


Information on monuments and items of interest along Clyde.


Stewart Memorial Fountain


PASTMAP- view Scotland's National Collection of Buildings, Archaeology and Industry


Glasgow Landmarks


Glasgow City Heritage Trust


Glasgow Building Preservation Trust


Archaeology Scotland