Glasgow Mackintosh

Mackintosh's 'masterwork' The Glasgow School of Art, built 1897-1909, bookends his architectural career. Heavily influenced by the Arts and Crafts style, Japanese detailing and Scottish baronial architecture, this work of 'total design' showcases Mackintosh's holistic approach.

The Glasgow School of Art

Following a major fire in the Mackintosh Building on the 15 June 2018, The Glasgow School of Art visitor centre, shop and exhibition spaces in the neighbouring Reid building are currently closed to visitors.

Mackintosh at the GSA Tours and Mackintosh’s Glasgow Walking Tours will cease to operate during this closure period.

GSA’s Archives and Collections, including the School’s recognised collection of original Mackintosh Furniture, were moved out of the Mackintosh Building after the 2014 fire and are therefore unaffected by the 2018 fire.

GSA Archives and Collections’ digital catalogue can be accessed online, with a selection of holdings situated at the Whisky Bond available to view by appointment.

For upcoming events, lectures and degree shows at The Glasgow School of Art, please view the GSA's events calendar.

Browse GSA’s online shop for contemporary designs by students, staff and alumni, alongside mementos inspired by the Mackintosh Building, with every purchase supporting the School. 

Plan your visit

Address

The Glasgow School of Art
Reid building
164 Renfrew Street
Glasgow G3 6RF
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Opening Times

GSA Archives and Collections’ digital catalogue can be accessed online, with a selection of holdings situated at the Whisky Bond available to view by appointment.

For upcoming events, lectures and degree shows at The Glasgow School of Art, please view the GSA's events calendar.

Browse GSA’s online shop for contemporary designs by students, staff and alumni, alongside mementos inspired by the Mackintosh Building, with every purchase supporting the School. 

Contact

+44 (0)141 353 4526
tours@gsa.ac.uk

More Information

www.gsa.ac.uk/visit