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Choosing the right combination of venue and menu served by friendly and professional hosts is critical to the success of any important occasion. Encore are experts at delivering inspired and award-winning hospitality in the most exclusive venues that Glasgow has to offer.


Situated in Royal Exchange Square in the heart of Glasgow, the Gallery of Modern Art houses a fine collection of lively national and international exhibits from the world of Modern Art. Previously home to the Stirling's Library, the building has a Neo-classical exterior with contemporary interior. The Gallery of Modern Art is on five floors encompassing the Earth Gallery, Air Gallery and the Water Gallery.

In the very heart of Glasgow stands one of the city’s most important and prestigious buildings – the City Chambers. A grand and imposing edifice overlooking George Square, the City Chambers is an impressive symbol of Glasgow’s political strength and historical wealth. Completed in 1888, for over a hundred years it has been the headquarters of successive councils serving the City of Glasgow.

Located in Glasgow’s Merchant City is the unique City Halls and Old Fruitmarket. The spectacular City Halls, dating as far back as 1841, is the city’s oldest purpose built performance and meeting space. Its natural elegance has been enhanced with the addition of beautiful modern chandeliers and up-lighters which can be set to different colours, making this a charming venue. The Fruitmarket is located adjacent to the City Halls. The entrancing venue has retained its period charm, including its lofty vaulted roof, cast iron columns and original ironmongery signs which are hung along the balcony.

As one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions, the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a stunning location for any formal or informal gathering. The building boasts an art collection of international significance which includes works by Rembrandt, Botticelli, Van Gogh and Lippi.

This amazing building is one of the most prestigious iron and glass structures remaining from the Victorian era. The building has a fascinating history, part of it having originally formed a conservatory at John Kibble’s home at Coulport, Loch Long from the 1860’s to the early 1870’s.

From its ideal city centre location just off Buchanan Street, with easy access to public transport and plentiful parking, to its heritage status Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed exterior, The Lighthouse offers an inspirational, world class venue for every occasion; from the most intimate reception to the most stylish international conference.

Situated in the heart of Queens Park, the Pavillion hosts a world class collection of temperate & tropical roses.

Glasgow’s latest museum due to open in 2011 is situated by the historic River Clyde and brings the treasures of the well known Glasgow Transport Museum to a new and exciting environment designed by the universally acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid.

St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art is the UK's first dedicated museum to religion. Situated in the concourse of Glasgow Cathedral, near the historical Provand's Lordship and world renowned Glasgow Royal Infirmary, the museum offers visitors the chance to see Glasgow's multi-cultural heritage at it's very best.

The Tea Room at the Botanics is situated in the Botanic Gardens near the historic Kibble Palace in the former curator's house. Offering a breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea menu this charming tea room sits up to 50 people and can accommodate private events in the evening. There is also an outdoor patio to allow customers to enjoy the surroundings of the park in the summer.

One of Glasgow’s best kept secrets, Tramway is one of Europe’s most significant multi-purpose performance and exhibition venues.

As the city’s epicenter of sporting prowess Emirates Arena provides a unique space to host your event. As one of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games venues if you want your event immersed in all things sporting, there really is no better place.

Built in 1990 for Glasgow’s reign as European City of Culture, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall sits in an iconic position at the top of Buchanan Street right in the heart of the city’s bustling shopping district. Home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Concert Hall is a multi-purpose venue, presenting a varied programme of music and cultural events as well as hosting exhibitions, conferences and meetings. With many different rooms and breakout areas available, the complex can accommodate meetings and conferences from 12 - 2000 delegates.

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