THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE
Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald were artists and designers whose style is now world famous. Together they designed their Glasgow home, which was decorated in his distinctive style, remarkable then, and now, for the disciplined austerity of the furnishings and decoration.
The Mackintosh House, now an integral part of the Hunterian Art Gallery, is a careful reassemblage of the main rooms from the Mackintoshes’ Glasgow home. The Mackintosh House Introduction Gallery tells the fascinating story of the artists, their house and the Mackintosh collection.
The Hunterian Art Gallery is located on Hillhead Street beside the University Library, a five-minute walk from the Hunterian Museum.
- Open 10am–5pm Tue–Sun. Closed Mon.
- There is an admission charge for the Mackintosh House (£8/£6 concession).
- Admission is self-guided.
- Last admission 4.15pm.
- For conservation reasons, a maximum of 12 visitors are allowed in the Mackintosh House at any one time.
- For security reasons we do not allow bags of any kind (including handbags) in the Mackintosh House. Bags can be stored in the lockers on the basement level.
- Visitors should be aware that CCTV is in operation.
- Because of the nature of the Mackintosh House, access for wheelchair users, or people with mobility impairments, is currently limited to the orientation room, hall and dining room.
- AccessAble Guide
FIND OUT MORE
- The Hunterian Mackintosh Collection
- Watch our Mackintosh House Film
- Take a Virtual Tour of the Mackintosh House
- More information about the Mackintosh House, including archival photographs, architectural drawings and other documents, can be found on our Mackintosh Architecture: Context, Making and Meaning website.