This page has been optimised for printing.Maryhill Parish Church
1990 Maryhill Road
The main entrance is the second door down the right-hand side of the building.
We are in the north-west of Glasgow, on Maryhill Road shortly before the Science Park and the dual carriageway to Canniesburn Toll. The building is opposite Maryhill Station, although as the station is below the level of the road it is not a very obvious landmark.
Clicking on the map will take you Google Maps, which gives detailed directions. However please note that Google misnames one street as Falcon Terrace - it should be Caldercuilt Road as shown above.
Buses 40, 17, 109, 119 come from the centre of Glasgow along the Maryhill Road and pass our door. Ring the bell to get off the bus as soon as you see our building - there is a bus-stop just a few metres further along the road. If you need to ask the driver, tell him we are opposite the Ram's Head and almost next door to the First and Last – two well-known pubs!
You can also take buses 61 or 18 as they go along Maryhill Road as far as Shiskine Drive and then turn off for Summerston. Ring the bell to let the driver know you want to get off the bus as soon as the bus turns right at the traffic lights beside the Royal Bank of Scotland - there is a bus-stop immediately round the corner. These lights are the second set (not counting pedestrian crossings) after the big stone bridge over Maryhill Road.
If you are coming from Bearsden or Milngavie, get off at the stop at the end of the dual carriageway, by the Polo Club restaurant.
There are trains every half hour from Queen Street to Anniesland which stop at Maryhill, just opposite the church. There is now also an hourly Sunday service.
There are very few spaces within the church grounds but there is unrestricted parking in the side streets.