Glasgow Women’s Library is moving to 23 Landressy Street

We’re moving to 23 Landressy Street in Bridgeton! The Library will be closed except for events from 14th October to 11th November while we move and unpack.

We will be open at 23 Landressy Street in Bridgeton for the following events:

Renovations work is taking place at 23 Landressy Street and disabled access may be limited – please contact us for more information about access.

Information about these and all our events across Glasgow and Scotland can be found on our website at

The lending library collection will be available when we open at our new location in November, but there will continue to be limited access to the archive collections while renovations work is undertaken for our new archive space.

How to get to 23 Landressy Street

Our new address is 23 Landressy Street, Glasgow, G40 1BP

By Bus: 18, 43, 46, 64, 65, 164, 263, 2 to London Road/Bridgeton Cross

By Train: Low-level train to Bridgeton Station

By Bike: Cycling Route 75 follows the Clyde to Glasgow Green which is a 3 minute ride from Landressy Street along cycle paths (click on the links for some suggested routes from the West, NorthSouth East and South West which take in interesting landmarks along the way)

Map of Landressy Street, Bridgeton
Map tiles by Stamen Design, under CC BY 3.0. Data by OpenStreetMap, under CC BY SA.


Get directions to 23 Landressy Street on Google Maps.


  • Posted 14th January, 2018 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

    I have only just discovered that Scotland has a national library for women in Scotland.I am astonished as I feel it is a very well hidden secret.I feel you should publicise your existence,especially your events and exhibitions to areas and groups outside Glasgow.For example…send info to the Dumfries U.3.A.,Loreburn Retirement Group in Dumfries,The Midsteeple Dumfries-noticeboard.Generally women outside of Glasgow do not know about this public facility.

    • Posted 17th January, 2018 at 10:44 am | Permalink
      Hannah Wright

      Hi Anne! Thanks for your comments. We’re always trying hard to publicise ourselves but we do indeed find that lots of people are still to discover us. We don’t generally send out our programme due to the costs involved but you can download a copy of our next programme from 1st February from this website. We also run a National project that tours events round the country – you can find out more here:

Post a Comment

Your email is kept private. Required fields are marked *


You may use some HTML tags and attributes.