Maryhill Burgh Halls
10-24 Gairbraid Avenue
Glasgow G20 8YE
The Maryhill Burgh Halls are located at the junction of Maryhill Road and Gairbraid Avenue, just across the road from Maryhill Library. The new main entrance to the complex is via the archways leading to the entrance courtyard off Gairbraid Avenue, which we share with the Glasgow Life Maryhill Leisure Centre. Our entrance is on the right hand side of the courtyard - look for the wooden doors!
Look for the firemen gates!
The Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust office is now within the Halls complex itself (room G2).
Please use buzzer no. 3 outside the main entrance to contact us (labelled 'Office G2'), or ring 0845 860 1856.
You can get to the Burgh Halls in several ways...
By Car: the postcode for the Maryhill Burgh Halls is G20 8YE. Gairbraid Avenue is closed to traffic, so turn off Maryhill Road at Kelvindale Road (junction opposite the modern police station), then turn right up Burnhouse Street, and you will find Gairbraid Avenue on the right. Free on street parking is usually available in the vicinity - although please note space outside the Halls itself is very tight, so please only park in the marked bays on Gairbraid Avenue.
Six dedicated disabled spaces are available directly opposite the archway entrances.
By Bus: Maryhill Road is well served by buses to and from the city centre; alight outside Maryhill Library, directly opposite the Burgh Halls. See www.travelinescotland.com for more details, bus numbers and times.
By Train: The nearest mainline station is Maryhill, situated about 20 minutes walk (1km, 0.6 miles) north of the Halls, straight along Maryhill Road. For more details, see www.scotrail.co.uk. Hillhead and St Georges Cross Subway stations are also about 20 minutes walk to the south.
By Bike: The canal forms part of National Cycle Route 754; more info atwww.sustrans.org. Bike racks can be found nearby on Maryhill Road and within our entrance courtyard behind the Fire Station Gates off Gairbraid Avenue.
By Boat: The Forth & Clyde Canal provides easy access to Maryhill and the Burgh Halls. Access on foot from the canal to the Halls can be found at the top of Burnhouse Street, and there are mooring facilities near the former White House Inn, by Lock 21. Full details can be found at Scottish Canals.