Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew St, Glasgow, Scotland
Our Rating Hours Apr-Sept daily 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am (lift access), 12pm, 2pm and 3pm; Oct-Mar daily 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am (lift access), and 3pm. Visitor centre, exhibitions & shop: Year Round daily 10am - 4:30pm (excluding exhibition changeovers and festive closure dates) TransportationPhone 0141/353-4526 Prices Tours £7 adult, £5.75 seniors and students, £3.5 children; Advance tour reservations recommended Credit Cards AE,MC,V Web site Glasgow School of Art
Train: Charing Cross.
Bus: 16, 18, 44, or 57
Architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh's global reputation rests in large part on this magnificent building on Garnethill above Sauchiehall Street, a highlight of the Mackintosh trail that legions of his fans from across the world follow through the city. Currently under restoration, following a serious fire in 2014 the Mackintosh Building is scheduled to reopen in 2019. However there is still plenty to see on campus, at this world renowned university, whose graduates continue to make their mark in the international art world. Visitors are welcomed on campus, with a large visitor centre, and a changing exhibitions programme free to enter in the recently completed Steven Holl designed Reid building opposite the famous Mackintosh gem. Daily student-led tours run all year round, focussing on the history of the institution and Charles Rennie Mackintoshs legacy, offering exclusive access to the Schools unique collection of original Mackintosh furniture.
Map167 Renfrew St Glasgow Scotland Glasgow
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