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 353 4770.
|Saturday 11th August||10am - 1.30pm|
|Sunday 12th August||10am - 4pm (Wedding Open Day 12-3)|
|Monday 13th August||10am - 4pm|
|Tuesday 14th August||2pm - 4pm|
|Wednesday 15th August||10am - 4pm|
|Thursday 16th August||10am - 4pm|
|Friday 17th August||10am - 4pm|
|Saturday 18th August||10am - 1.30pm|
|Sunday 19th August||10am - 12noon|
Please note that on very rare occasion, the above times may be required to change at short notice.
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.
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.
Studio Pavilion is open Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 4pm.
Entry is free.
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.
In our Heritage Centre you can:
• Explore the history of Govan, from its early days right through to the expansion of industry and glory days of shipbuilding
• Enjoy a fascinating documentary exhibition presenting the diverse range of architecture, public art and sculpture in the local area.
• Learn about the British Empire Exhibition of 1938 in a dedicated showcase, featuring an animated “fly-through” designed by Glasgow School of Art’s digital design studios.