Glasgow City, United Kingdom

Arlington Baths Club 150th Anniversary Walk

Arlington Baths Club 150th Anniversary Walk

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11 tour stops

1

The Arlington Baths Club

Start at the Arlington Baths Club

5 min
2

Woodlands United Presbyterian Church

St Jude's Church

48 s
3

7 Park Circus Place

Home of William Sloan, founder

5 min
4

6 Park Terrace

Home of Donald Matheson, founder

5 min
5

6 Royal Crescent

Home of William Graham

2 min
6

2 Clifton Street

Home of Archibald Colville, founder

4 min
7

23 Woodside Place

Home of Robert Dalglish, director of the Glasgow Swimming Baths Company

5 min
8

1 Woodside Terrace

Home of J. S. Higginbotham, calico printer, member of the Committee of Management

4 min
9

123 West Prince's Street

2 Queen's Terrace (now 123 W Prince's Street), home of F. W. Allan, founding director

3 min
10

67 West Prince's Street

Formerly 11 Queen's Terrace, home of the Perry family

4 min
11

The Arlington Baths Club

Back to our origins

1 min

Overview

Welcome to the Arlington Baths Club 150th Anniversary Walk.

In 1870 a group of prosperous, and mainly young, businessmen met to discuss the idea of building an indoor “Swimming Pond”.

On this walk we will introduce you to some of these men, their families and the houses they inhabited.

Hear more about the Baths, the first privately-owned bathing club in Europe, the architects and builders, and the thriving businesses that drove Glasgow at the time.

Itinerary 3.2 km / 1:15

Offline map included

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