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 14th April||10am - 4pm|
|Sunday 15th April||10am - 12.30pm|
|Monday 16th April||10am - 4pm|
|Tuesday 17th April||10am - 4pm|
|Wednesday 18th April||10am - 4pm|
|Thursday 19th April||10am - 4pm|
|Friday 20th April||10am - 4pm|
|Saturday 21st April||10am - 12.30pm|
|Sunday 22nd April||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 and associated exhibition spaces are currently closed due to exhibition change-overs.
They will reopen for Glasgow International on Friday 20 April 2018.
During Glasgow International 2018 (20 April - 07 May 2018) the Studio Pavilion and associated exhibition spaces will be open daily 10am-5pm.
Access to the Heritage Centre will be suspended as of Wednesday 11 April due to a change in exhibitions.
During Glasgow International 2018 (20 April - 07 May 2018) the Heritage Centre will host a temporary exhibition by artist Rosie O'Grady.
The information panels normally on display in the Heritage Centre have been removed and instead Rosie O'Grady presents her project 'May Day' which attempts to agitate how artist Margaret Macdonald is represented. As Glasgow marks 150 years since the birth of Macdonald’s collaborator and husband, architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, this project remodels Macdonald’s gesso panel ‘The May Queen’ as a crop circle. In 2016, French educators Marie-Noëlle Lanuit and Jean-Claude Piquard created a giant clitoris-shaped crop circle to protest the marginalisation of female sexual pleasure. Drawing upon a shift in the social and political history of May Day, it explores how crop circles might depart from associations with the paranormal and hoaxes to become a mode of protest and distress signal.