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Station Road
Milngavie
Glasgow
G62 8BZ

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About the Lillie Art Gallery

For more than 60 years, the Lillie Art Gallery in Milngavie has been a popular destination for local residents, visitors and artists.

It owes its existence to local banker and artist Robert Lillie (1867-1949), who left a substantial number of his own artworks as well as funds to build the gallery. As well as hosting exhibitions throughout the year, the Lillie also showcases works contained in its collection – including paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture and ceramics.

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Planning your visit

You do not currently need to book to visit the Gallery.

Please note: The Lillie Art gallery may be closed for installation or de-installation of exhibitions.  Please telephone the gallery on 0141 956 5536 to check opening times if visiting outwith exhibition dates.  Please be aware that this phone number is only available Tuesday to Saturday between 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 5pm.

Tuesday - Saturday 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm


Admission free

The Lillie is directly opposite Milngavie Railway Station, only minutes away from Milngavie town centre and the start of the West Highland Way. The gallery is a short drive from Glasgow city centre, off the A81. Car parking is available. There are regular bus services from Glasgow which stop at Milngavie Railway Station.

For more information on getting to the Lillie by public transport, use the journey planner on the Traveline Scotland website.

Gallery Parking

There is a small car park beside the gallery, as well as space at the back of Milngavie Town Hall that can be accessed via Kersland Drive.

Shop

The Gallery Shop has a range of souvenirs, cards, prints, hand made jewellery and crafts such as pottery and textiles. We encourage the use of card payments where possible.

Full details of the Lillie Art Gallery Arts and Heritage programme can be found on our exhibitions page. 

Events at this venue

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Roger McNulty Beyond the Furnace

Beyond the Furnace by Roger McNulty
Baldernock Lime by Jim Dunn