A great place to study!
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This visit included a person who uses: Wheelchair
Really beautiful building on the outside and on the inside. Plenty of spacious areas to relax, read and perhaps even do a spot of studying. Level access throughout the entire building, and two medium sized lifts giving you access to all floors. Disabled friendly toilets dotted throughout the building. There's also a really nice cafe on the ground floor. Automatic doors are situated around the back of the building - where there is also on-street parking and disabled parking bays available. Staff are really friendly, as you'd come to expect in Glasgow. Only negative is that some of the old style wooden doors are a bit heavy, but there are plenty of staff members around to lend a hand if needed.
Transport & Parking
I drove to the venue and used the on-street parking which is situated on the left hand side and round the back of the building.
Level access throughout the building, with lifts to all floors. Friendly staff on hand to assist wherever needed and disabled friendly toilets are available. Disabled access into the building is situated around the back - with automatic doors.
More than one disabled toilet, which is always a welcome sign. Not the most spacious in the world, but enough to get by and there are grab rails present. The toilet I chose to use wasn't the cleanest at the time, but I'm sure that was just a one-off.
Super friendly and engaging staff members, all too happy to help!
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The Mitchell Library is a great venue to check out if you want to take some time out and do a spot of reading or studying. There is also a Genealogy Suite in the building where you can examine archives and trace back your heritage. Even if you just fancy a quick coffee in a new environment, the Mitchell Library is a good shout!
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