History of the building
The building dates back to 1877 when it was built at a cost of £13,500 to house the congregation of Adelaide Place Baptist Church, which had been established in 1829. In 1995, after a £1.3 million redevelopment programme, the building re-opened as Adelaides. The church's vision is to serve the city centre community and visitors through its facilities as well as maintain its presence in the city centre.
Within the complex there is now:
An eight-room Guest House which has been awarded a two star rating by the Scottish Tourist Board. for further information about the guest house or to book a room, please click here.
A multi-purpose Auditorium capable of seating up to 400 and suitable for hosting meetings, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, concerts and recitals. For further information about the Auditorium, please click here.
A nursery for children aged six weeks to five years old and staffed by qualified nursery nurses and primary teachers. The Nursery is open Monday to Friday from 8.00am - 6.00pm. For more information about the nursery please click here.