Glasgow is located in West Central Scotland, it’s the largest city in Scotland and lies at the heart of Scotland’s major air, rail, sea and road network. It also stands at the gateway to some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery.

A city with striking architecture, contemporary art spaces and fascinating museums, it has a rich and varied history gaining its wealth and power from cotton mills, shipyards and coal mines.

Today, with the heavy industries no longer on the horizon, it’s recognition as Britain’s first European Capital of Culture in 1990 was the catalyst to building upon Glasgow’s reputation as an arts & cultural centre and showcased its credentials to the world.

Conference Hotel

Grand Central Hotel
99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF, United Kingdom
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Directly adjoining Central Station, Grand Central Hotel Glasgow was originally built in the late 19th-century as a great British railway hotel. One of the city’s most prestigious buildings, the hotel has welcomed many famous guests including Frank Sinatra and Winston Churchill, throughout the years.

It’s located in the heart of Glasgow’s city with Glasgow International Airport (GLA) only 7 miles away.

Dinner venue

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

IRSC2020 Gala dinner will take place at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum home to 22 galleries hosting everything from art to animals, Ancient Egypt to Charles Rennie Mackintosh a changing programme of temporary exhibitions and displays and home to Salvador Dali’s painting Christ of St John of the Cross.

Delegates will have the opportunity to wander the galleries, view the exhibits and hear a recital on the magnificent Kelvingrove organ built in 1901.

Dinner, entertainment and transportation to and from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is included in the conference delegate package.

Farewell drinks venue

Riverside Museum

IRSC farewell reception will be hosted at the Riverside Museum, Glasgow’s award-winning transport museum home to over 3,000 displays from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper. Delegates will enjoy a walk through Glasgow streets, visit the shops and subway and climb aboard a train, a tram or bus to get a real feel for old public transport.

Drinks and transportation to and from the Riverside Museum is included in the conference delegate package.