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Mill Street, Perth, PH1 5HZ
Telephone: 01738 621031
10am–6pm, Monday to Saturday. On performance days, the Concert Hall Box Office is open until the end of the interval.
10am-6pm, Monday to Saturday.
Perth Concert Hall is Scotland’s newest concert hall: it opened in 2005. Built as a millennium project, it has a dazzling glass-fronted foyer and copper-topped dome hall with a stunning auditorium and elegant studio. The open public area is home to Glassrooms cafe bar and the unique Threshold artspace for contemporary art.
Perth Concert Hall is designed to be disabled-friendly. It has stair lifts, lifts, induction loops, infra-red enhanced hearing systems and staff who are trained to help.
Induction loop and infra-red hearing
The induction loop is in use for most performances. Just turn your hearing-aid to the 'T' position. Ask at box office for seats with the best reception. For those who do not have a hearing-aid, headsets are available to enhance the sound from stage. Ask an usher or box office on arrival.
Guide dogs and hearing dogs
All guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome in the concert hall.
For details of train and bus journeys to Perth please see www.travelinescotland.com
There is bicycle parking available at the Concert Hall, near the back of the building on the Museum side.
There are lots of vennels or narrow alleyways between the High Street - the main shopping street - and Mill Street; so there's easy access to the concert hall.
There is a car park at the rear of Perth Concert Hall. This is accessed from Kinnoull Street and is managed by Town & City Car Parks (01738 440 933).
This 550-space multi-storey car park is open from 7am – midnight Monday to Saturday and 10am – midnight on Sundays. It is a pay-and-display car park meaning that the charge must be paid on arrival. Charge from 6pm-midnight is £1.
A height restriction for this car park is also in place: approximately two metres (six-and-a-half feet). Vehicles higher than this should park in South Inch car park where there's no height restriction. There are three disabled public car parking spaces directly opposite the main entrance to the concert hall but these tend to fill very quickly.