About the Arlington Baths Club


Arlington Baths Club is the oldest of the very few Victorian bathing complexes left in the world. Founded in 1870, the Club is owned and run by members, on a not-for-profit basis.

If you'd like to find out more about the club and facilities, the best way is to try it out yourself! To see around  please contact us for a tour. 


The Members


The Baths is not only a special and historic building; it is a community of people from all walks of life. We're home to a diverse community with rich memories. Some members joined as children to swim with their parents; they’re now bringing their own children to the Baths.

See memories of the Arlington. 


The Building


Arlington Baths Club was originally designed by architect John Burnett in 1870. This was a single-storey building, which accommodated the pool, two bath areas, changing rooms and a small reading room.

In 1875 the first extension added a new Turkish suite and reading room. Almost 20 years later, the Club added a second storey to part of the building to create space for billiard rooms and a card room. 

In 1902, the first floor was extended over the original building, giving it the form of the ‘A’ listed building of today. 

Learn more about the history of the building.

About

New Member Special Offer

Join for only £10 per week for your first year (£520 normally £616). Payable by monthly direct debit or in full when joining. Call 0141 332 6021 or email 
info@arlingtonbaths.co.uk 

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