Opening Times & Admission Prices
Art Lover's Café & Art Lover's Shop
Both the Art Lover's Café and the Art Lover's Shop are open daily from 10am to 5pm. Below are the opening times for the Mackintosh Exhibition.
As we hold private events at the House throughout the year, our opening times vary. Below is our opening times for the coming week, however if you would like to check for a later date, please contact us on 0141 483 1600.
|Monday 23rd September||10am - 4pm|
|Tuesday 24th September||10am - 2pm|
|Wednesday 25th September||10am - 4pm|
|Thursday 26th September||10am - 12.30pm|
|Friday 27th September||10am - 12.30pm|
|Saturday 28th September||10am - 12.30pm|
|Sunday 29th September||10am - 12.30pm|
Please note that on very rare occasion, the above times may be required to change at short notice.
Doors Open Day Weekend
Tours are available at 09.30 and 11.15am each day
> Booking is essential please get in touch to check availability. Please note that entry will be restricted while tours are taking place
Admission prices include the use of an audio handset guide and entry to our Heritage Centre.
|Children / Concessions / Students||£4.50|
|Children Under 10 (Must be accompanied by an adult)||Free|
|Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)||£16.00|
|Groups (10+ Adults)||£5.50 per person|
|School Groups||Please visit the Arts section for more information our schools programme|
Bookings can be made no earlier than 6 weeks prior to your date of visit. There is a minimum requirement of 10 people for a guided tour. Groups of fewer than 10 people will receive an audio handset guide.
The Kimono: a portrait of a Japanese family
From the Private Collection of Yoshino Saito Brown
10th October - 15th December (subject to above opening times)
This exhibition on display in the Visitor Attraction presents a personal collection of Japanese kimono in the context of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House for An Art Lover. The small collection dates from the early 1950s to more recent examples and shows examples of day-wear as well as the kimono designed for traditional ceremonial wear. The exhibition shares a particular social history of one Japanese family, which is illustrated in the choice of materials, decoration and colour of the kimono collection.
The exhibition is from the private collection of Yoshino Saito Brown, and curated by Alison Harley of The Textile Collective. It has been programmed in tandem with the exhibition Part Seen, Part Imagined which will be on display in the Studio Pavilion in October.This is an official event of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-20 kindly supported by The Japan Society of the UK and Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, London.
This is an official event of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-20 kindly supported by The Japan Society of the UK and Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, London.Studio Pavilion and Project Space
Studio Pavilion and Project Space
The Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover offers free contemporary art in a public park, presenting a robust and diverse year-round programme of exhibitions, events, residencies, courses and public engagement opportunities that span art, design and architecture. Please visit us at our website to find out more.
Established by House for an Art Lover within the former stables and dovecote building, our Heritage Centre is an educational facility showcasing the rich and diverse history of Bellahouston and the surrounding area.
Please visit our website to find out more.
|10am - 4pm|