Glasgow Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh — architect, designer and artist, was one of Scotland's most influential creative figures. Celebrate his 150th anniversary in 2018 at special events in iconic Mackintosh buildings and partner venues in Glasgow and beyond.

  • Daily Record Building

    Designed in 1901 and completed in 1904, this building was occupied until the late 1930’s.

  • Events

    Upcoming exhibitions, talks and events at Mackintosh venues across Glasgow

    Events

    Upcoming exhibitions, talks and events at Mackintosh venues across Glasgow

  • The Glasgow School of Art

    In the heart of the city, The Glasgow School of Art is a rare architectural gem and is widely considered to be Mackintosh's Masterwork.

  • The Hill House

    Built as a new home for publisher Walter Blackie, Mackintosh’s finest domestic work is situated in Helensburgh.

  • House for an Art Lover

    An excellent resource for visitors as a cultural attraction & tourist destination.

  • The Hunterian

    Home to one of Scotland’s finest collections, including The Mackintosh House.

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

    A favourite with Glasgow resident’s since it opened in 1901, the museum displays 8,000 objects in 22 themed galleries.

  • The Lighthouse

    Scotland’s Centre for Design & Architecture is a visitor centre, exhibition space & events venue.

  • Mackintosh Queen's Cross

    The newly refurbished church with spectacular interior decoration and fittings.

  • Martyrs' School

    One of the earliest buildings attributed to Charles Rennie Mackintosh, designed in 1895.

  • Ruchill Church Halls

    Originally built as a mission in 1899, the halls feature traditional Scottish influences.

  • Scotland Street School Museum

    Mackintosh’s last major commission in Glasgow, designed for the School Board of Glasgow.

  • The Willow Tea Rooms

    One of the few buildings designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh still being used today for its original purpose.