Tours of The Hunterian

Tours of The Hunterian

Mackintosh House Tours

Admission to The Mackintosh House is free and by guided tour. Tours run throughout the day from 10.00am (11.00am on Sundays) and last approximately 30 minutes. Last tour 4.00pm (3.00pm on Sundays). Tours operate on a first come first served basis and no booking is required.

For conservation reasons, a maximum number of 12 visitors are allowed in The House at any one time.

Please note that we do not provide a group booking service.

MUSE Tour Programme

Daily tours (except Mondays) led by our student MUSEs (Museum University Student Educators). Tours last approximately 30 minutes and are free of charge. (Where there is a charge for entry to temporary exhibitions, the tour is included in the ticket price).

Hunterian Art Gallery

  • 11.30am and 2.15pm – Art Gallery Highlights Tour
  • 12.15pm and 3.00pm – Whistler Collection Tour 

Hunterian Museum

  • 11.30am and 1.30pm – Antonine Wall Tour
  • 12.00pm – Main Hall Highlights Tour
  • 2.00pm – Science History Highlights Tour

 

Please Note: As we are dependent on student volunteers to deliver these tours, there are unfortunately times when study or work commitments hinder the guides' attendance.  Naturally every attempt is made to provide cover and ensure that the tour goes ahead but it is not always possible.  If you wish to check whether there is a guide allocated to your planned visit time, you can do so within 5 days of the planned visit date by ringing the museum (0141 330 4221) or the gallery (0141 330 5434).


Temporary Closure of The Mackintosh House

Temporary Closure of The Mackintosh House

10 August - 30 September 2015

A major programme of repair work is currently underway at the Hunterian Art Gallery to address problems of water ingress. Part of this work involves The Mackintosh House.

The House will be closed to the public from Monday 10 August to Wednesday 30 September inclusive.

The work schedule includes structural repairs, cleaning of soft furnishings and carpets, and repainting.

The refurbished House will open to the public from 1 October as part of the Mackintosh Festival 2015.

We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.