Partick Burgh Hall was built in 1872 as a municipal building. It has high ceilings and classic architecture, and has a range of spaces for different events. Very close to Partick train and underground station.
In the middle of Pollok Park (one of Glasgow’s best-kept parks) is Pollok house, a classic country house perfect for an intimate wedding in the style of Downton Abbey. You can also have a larger event by opting for a marquee on the lawn in front of a picturesque river and bridge.
With space for up to 800, Radisson Blu on Argyle street is a large venue perfect for big events. Equipped with 247 rooms, fitness suite and excellent travel links, the Hotel is one of the most accessible venues in Glasgow.
Milton Of Campsie offers dramatic hillside views and is not far from Glasgow. Kincaid House hotel is family run and has a nice conservatory for weddings.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of Glasgow’s most iconic venues, with space for up to 1000 people. One of the Jigger’s favourite venues to play in!
In Bearsden, Boclair House Hotel’s red sandstone and gardens are the perfect backdrop for photographs. The Hotel has good transport links and a stunning interior ballroom.
Near East Kilbride, and around 30 minutes from Glasgow, Crossbasket Castle is a 17th century castle renovated to a high standard of 5-star luxury. Their grand ballroom will accommodate up to 250 guests.
This popular central Glasgow hotel has ample parking and can host very large events in their master ballroom. Very good for transport links too.
An iconic and versatile venue in Glasgow’s Merchant City district, the Jiggers have played many ceilidhs in this venue which benefits from concert-level sound and visual offerings. Perfect for corporate events or weddings alike.
Sloans is a classic old pub set over two floors hidden away in Glasgow city centre, near Prince’s Square. It has a great tradition of ceilidhs, and the Jiggers always love to get the floor bouncing in this character-filled venue.