8th September 2020
Founded in 1870, the Arlington Baths Club is a welcoming and peaceful sanctuary for citizens of Glasgow, offering a relaxing getaway in the heart of the city.
The Arlington houses a 21 metre skylit swimming pond, a unique Turkish suite, saunas, steam room, free standing slipper baths and hot tubs, a stylish members lounge and a bright, state of the art gymnasium.
Our Annual General Meeting is the most important event in the club’s calendar, but lockdown regulations mean it is postponed. We’ll let members know when it can be held. In the meantime, here’s our audited accounts.
8th September 2020
2nd September 2020
31st August 2020
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29th July 2020
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Owned and run by members for members on a not for profit basis, this community club is the oldest of its kind in the world.
Our Grade 'A' listed Victorian bathing complex was constructed in 4 phases over 32 years by eminent architects of the time.
150 years ago, the founders of the Club achieved a relaxed combination of physical exercise and sociability which continues to be embraced and enjoyed by our members today.
Members please note, some facilities and activities will remain suspended after opening to comply with government and NHS guidelines - Please contact the club for details
The Turkish Suite and Cooling Room are ladies only today.
07:00 - 21:30 Tuesday
The pond is ladies only today between
14:00 - 17:00 Tuesday
Interested to find out more about the Baths history and development. Have a look at the History Group's Blog.
From: 10:00 until 16:00
We're taking part again this year in the celebration of the city's architectural heritage. This year things will be a bit different.
From: 20:30 until 21:30
Join the history group to discuss the self guided tour of Woodlands, Park and Sandyford follow in the footsteps of some of the baths founders 150 years ago.
From: 16:00 until 17:00
Join us for a virtual tour of the Arlington and hear how the baths was put together over 30 years from 1870-1902 by 4 different Glasgow architects