The Glasgow Women’s Library
The Glasgow Women’s Library

The Glasgow Women’s Library

Are you interested in the role of women throughout history? If so, look no further than Glasgow Women’s Library! This is the only accredited museum in the UK dedicated solely to celebrating Women’s lives, achievements and history. Although it acts as a regular library, it also contains a vast amount of historical artefacts and archives, which visitors can search through! The museum showcases displays like; Suffragette memorabilia and 1930s styles of dress.

Where can I find the Glasgow Women's Library?

The Museum is located in the East end of the city, in the Bridgeton area. This area is serviced heavily by regular bus and rail links, with the nearest station being Bridgeton train station.

It started as a grassroots project with around 13 members of staff, set up by women to inform and educate their visitors. The museum also supports multiple projects across Scotland, that impact the lives of women. They do this through a wide range of programmes, which aim to tackle women’s issues, such as; health, sexuality, and violence. So, what are you waiting for? Come and experience one of the most unique days out in Glasgow, you will leave feeling informed and educated on all aspects of women lives!

  • Gift shop.
  • Cafes nearby.
  • Highly experienced staff.

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