St. Vincent Street Free Church, Glasgow

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
St. Vincent Street Church is a Presbyterian church on St. Vincent Street in Glasgow, Scotland. It was designed by Alexander Thomson (also known as "Greek" Thomson) and built in 1859 for the former United Presbyterian Church of Scotland. It is a Category A listed building. The church building is owned by Glasgow City Council, but is currently used by a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland: Glasgow City Free Church. In 1998 the building was listed in the 1998 World Monuments Watch by the World Monuments Fund, and again in 2004 and 2006. The Fund helped restore the tower, with support from American Express.
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  • St Vincent Street Church is located west of the city center . It was opened in February 1859. The building was designed by one of Glasgow's most famous architects, Alexander Greek Thomson. The...  more »
  • Very interesting visit with warm welcome from volunteers. Definitely worth it. Unique interiors I have been wanting see for ages.  more »

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