Born in Glasgow in 1868, Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the most, if not the most well-known Scottish artist, and architect. Countless tours, trips and attractions all dedicated to Mackintosh are available to enjoy in Glasgow city.
Unlikely to be mistaken for anything other than a Mackintosh design, it was built in the early 1900’s and shortly afterwards, newspaper production began. Today, you can enjoy a cuppa in the stereo café on the ground floor. Admission to the building is free.
Known as one of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s masterpiece buildings, it was sadly a victim of two fires in recent years, yet it must be acknowledged how much Art Nouveau influenced his designs of the Glasgow School of Art.
Mackintosh’s only surviving Tea Rooms “Mackintosh at the Willow,” found in Sauchiehall Street underwent an extensive restoration project in 2018, and now offers the Tea Rooms, Retail Store and Visitor information centre, all under the one roof.
One of the most visited of all Mackintosh attractions and rightly so. This world class museum has an extraordinary display of works to enjoy from stained glass, textiles, Jewellery, furniture, and interiors. Open daily and admission is free.
Open Tuesday to Friday in the town ow Helensburgh, this building was designed as a clubhouse for the local conservative club. Entry free is £3.00 per person.
Known as one of his last commissions, here you can enjoy guided tours to learn as much as possible about the design of this spectacular building. Closed on Mondays, admission is free.