Historic Glasgow landmark become wedding venue
Monday, May 10, 2021
A Historic Glasgow landmark has been turned into a location for weddings, civil partnerships and parties.
North Rotunda features views of Finnieston Crane along the banks of the River Clyde.
This beautiful red brick building dates from 1890 and was originally the gateway to tunnels that allowed vehicles and pedestrians to cross the River. Nowadays, it houses the Cranside Kitchen - An eclectic restaurant, outdoor and indoor drinking and entertainment area.
After extensive renovations, the 1890 property will now include room for up to 140 guests.
Kaitlin added that the Finnieston Hall will be the new flexible event space adapted so that every occasion at its most intimate can be organised in a spacious, circular room on the second floor of the beautiful brick structure hosting up to 240.