The Glasite Meeting House Exterior

The Glasite Meeting House

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INTRODUCTION

The Glasite Meeting House is an A-listed former Christian place of worship in Edinburgh’s New Town. It was built in 1835 as the home of the local Glasite congregation. SHBT first took on the building 1989, when it was repaired and converted into the headquarters of the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland. The building retained this use until 2012, after which SHBT once again occupied the building. In 2018, the Meeting House underwent further adaptation to become the new home of Ingleby Gallery.

Glasite Meeting House Main Ceiling

VISIT

Any specific visits to the building are by arrangement with Ingleby Gallery. Please see their website for more information on exhibitions and opening times.

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LEARN

If you’re interested in the history of the Glasite Meeting House and learning more about its restoration, you can visit its project page.

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The Glasite Meeting House Exterior