Elegant, Unique, Yours
Located in Glasgow’s Merchant City, Trades Hall is a stunningly beautiful, historic venue, which creates the perfect backdrop for every event. Completed in 1794 it is the ideal location for both intimate and large wedding celebrations (catered and non-catered), holding up to 250 guests and giving you something truly unique.
This romantic and picture perfect venue has recently been refurbished with state of the art air-conditioning and architectural lighting to ensure you and your guests experience maximum comfort.
It is home to The Trades House of Glasgow, established in 1605 and now a registered charity (SC040548), giving support to the people of the city. All income arising from events held within the building is therefore used to support charitable purposes.
There are seven unique function rooms that can be hired individually or in any combination, with exclusive use of the building. The Grand Hall is the jewel in the crown of Trades Hall, featuring baroque chandeliers and late Victorian décor.
Well practiced in hosting important events in the city, you can rest assured that Trades Hall’s experienced team will deliver the best possible day for you.
The Trades Hall would like to thank George Mahoney, David Grant Simpson Photography, Ian Watson Pics, Blake Faraway, View Photography, Stephen Bootle Photography, Fern Photography, Gardner Hamilton Photography, Mark Timm Photography, Del & Jayjay Wedding Photography, Andrew Rae Photography, Joy Story and Cameron Swanson for the stunning images throughout our website.
Trades Hall is in the heart of the Merchant City, with fantastic transportation links by road, rail, subway, bus and air and a multitude of accommodation options to suit all budgets.
The Merchant City itself is a stunning area of Glasgow, close to George Square and filled with historic buildings – which your guests are sure to enjoy exploring and perfect for lots of photo opportunities!
Join us for the best in hospitality and to make your event the best it can be.
Our address is 85 Glassford Street, Glasgow G1 1UH and you can call us on 0141 552 2418.