Paisley - Paisley Central Methodist Hall

7-9 Gauze Street, Paisley, PA1 1EP
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04 September 2021

4 September 2021 (10am - 4pm) Renfrewshire Paisley Methodist Central Hall is
an imposing Edwardian building in the Free Renaissance style designed by
architects Watson and Salmond and constructed in 1908. Around 100 Central
Halls were built in major towns and cities across Britain between 1886 and
1945. Paisley Central Hall is the only one in Scotland still in use as a
Church. For Doors Open Days 2021 there will be one way self-guided tour around
the building starting on the ground floor, progressing to the auditorium and
finishing in the Heritage Room on the second floor.For young people there is
an information sheet about auditorium with some questions to answer on what
they see there. Facilities Disabled Access Disabled WC WC
Building Date: 1908

7-9 Gauze Street, Paisley, PA1 1EP

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