Designed in 1896 by a young Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the Glasgow School of Art was completed in 1909.
One of two independent art schools in Glasgow, it has produced most of Scotland's leading contemporary artists including Simon Starling in 2005 and Richard Wright in 2009, two of the last five Turner Prize winners.
It remains one of the world's finest structures of the twentieth century. As it is still a working art school, the Mackintosh Building can only be visited by guided tour. Tour tickets may be reserved by calling, emailing or from the Mackintosh Shop, at the Glasgow School of Art.
Mackintosh Building Tours
Summer: April - September (7 Days)
10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm
Winter: October - March (7 Days)
11am & 3pm
Shop opening times 9.30am-6.30pm
Mackintosh Building Tours Prices
Under 18s £4.00
Family Ticket £23.50
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Phone- 0141 353 4526