|10-24 Gairbraid Avenue, Glasgow West End G20 8YE|
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The Maryhill Burgh Halls are placed in the historic building in the heart of Maryhill. We cover a wide range of services, from recording studios to a nursery, and also run the Maryhill Museum. Come visit to see our iconic stained glass panels and learn about the unique heritage of the area’s industrial and social past.
We also offer an in-house cafe where you can enjoy your lunch or a cup of coffee, and many community activities that will excite both those young and old.
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