Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Glasgow born architect, designer and artist, is celebrated around the world as one of the most creative figures of the early 20th century.

A pioneer of Art Nouveau, he has left a legacy of his work throughout the city including Glasgow School of Art, considered by many to be his architectural masterpiece.

Mackintosh Attractions:

 

Many of the above attractions are free to enter.  For those that have an admission fee you can purchase The Mackintosh Trail Ticket for only £10.  This ticket includes admission to The Hill House, House for an Art Lover and The Mackintosh Church on the day of use. This ticket allows gives you a 10% discount on purchases in the gift shop at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Scotland Street School, The Lighthouse, The Hunterian and The Glasgow School of Art. Also 10% discount at The Willow Tea Rooms, plus 20% off admission to charge exhibitions at The Hunterian.

As well as free admission and discounts the trail ticket also allows visitors unlimited travel on SPT, Subway and First Bus services in the Greater Glasgow area. It is valid for all journeys commencing between 0930 and 2359, Monday to Friday and from the start of daytime services all day Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.

For more information visit the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society website.

 


  • Mackintosh and Glasgow Walking Tours
    These downloadable walking tours, developed by the Mackintosh Heritage Group, will introduce you to Mackintosh’s architectural heritage and the wider architectural riches of Glasgow.

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