Glasgow Museums Resource Centre

Specialist Tour | A Chronology of Fashion: 1820-1830

Specialist Tour | A Chronology of Fashion: 1820-1830
Dates and times
13th Aug 2024
2:30PM - 3:30PM
All ages
202 years ago this month George IV visited Edinburgh with the programme of public events drawing crowds of onlookers dressed up in their finest clothing. Join curator Rebecca Quinton to find out what types of clothes and accessories people might have worn to celebrate this special royal visit.


Glasgow Museums Resource Centre

FREE but limited to 15 spaces. Please email or phone 0141 276 9300 to book your place.

Image: Man's tailcoat in Prince Charles Edward Stewart tartan, about 1820-30. © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Collection.

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The accessible toilet is located on the right, past the reception, approximately 14m from the main entrance. 

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First Bus services 10 and 57 stop near the venue.


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