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The Mackintosh House

82 Hillhead Street, Glasgow G12 8QE, Scotland
0141 330 4221
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Well worth a visit

Rebuilt within that Hunterian Art Gallery, these Rennie & Margaret Mackintosh's rooms that formed... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lancashire, England
Must see for Mackintosh and Arts & Crafts period fans.

Truly a must see sight for both Mackintosh and Arts & Crafts period fans. Lots of original... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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The beautiful home of Charles Mackintosh, the turn-of-the-century Scottish architect and artist who brought international fame to the city of Glasgow.
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82 Hillhead Street, Glasgow G12 8QE, Scotland
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0141 330 4221
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Reviewed yesterday

Rebuilt within that Hunterian Art Gallery, these Rennie & Margaret Mackintosh's rooms that formed part of the house in Glasgow. Most of the furnishings are genuine and the rooms give the flavour of these two talented people who were years ahead of their time in...More

Thank Tuppenny42
Reviewed 3 days ago

Truly a must see sight for both Mackintosh and Arts & Crafts period fans. Lots of original furniture and decorative items, arranged pretty much as shown in period photographs. The original residence was torn down in the 1960s, but the spaces have been faithfully recreated...More

Thank ofamof
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoyed seeing the replica of the house and items, only some of which were original and of course stunning. I think there are better Mackintosh 'museums' near by.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the only part of the museum they charge for but it is a nominal fee. It is a quick tour through but it is a narrow house and you have to be able to climb stairs. If you're into architecture and period furniture...More

Thank Julie F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Being a Mackintosh fan I wanted to see his home (??!) Arriving 1,5 hour before the official closing we could hardly get in, as the reception "closed" the museum earlier. The house itself is interesting and giving you a feeling of being used sometimes, but...More

Thank gszekely
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

An absolute gem, especially for anyone with an interest in architecture, art, aesthetics, or interior design. The museum is a partial reconstruction of the early 1900s home and artistic creation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh. (Considering that Margaret was also a prominent...More

Thank adyring
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was not the original house. It had been modified. This is a guided tour. We were conducted at fairly fast pace, and out in less than 45 minutes. It wasn't long enough to carefully appreciate all the pieces of furniture. We enjoyed it thoroughly,...More

Thank mimi g
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the faithful relocation of the house to a museum setting. There are four spaces on three floors. It may not be worth the admission fee.

Thank David B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The house adjoins the Hunterian Art Gallery and is approached through it's not too obvious entrance. If you are a member of the Art Collections Fund, then it is free. A limited number of people are allowed in at one time and you have to...More

Thank randn94
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Housed inside the Hunterian Gallery on the University of Glasgow grounds. It's a purpose built space to rehouse the original which had previously been just across the round. It cost £5 to join a guided tour and they only take 12 round on a half...More

Thank eph9
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Response from xstitchcat | Reviewed this property |
Not that I remember.
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We used the hop on hop off bus
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Response from Dr_Liaqat | Reviewed this property |
There is plenty of parking nearby as the attraction is in the university. You can park on the nearby streets where most students/faculty members park their cars - it will be empty on a Sunday. I am almost certain that tours... More