100 years since its completion, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural masterwork today remains a vibrant and hard working art school.
Visitors are warmly welcomed to explore this spectacular internationally celebrated and locally loved building all year round.
Exhibitions, Archives and Collections Centre, Cafe
View a changing programme of exhibitions in the Mackintosh Museum, make an appointment to conduct your own research on the School’s Archives and Collections Centre, or enjoy a cup of tea in the School’s eclectic café overlooking GSA’s façade.
Accessible only by guided tour, witness the maturing of a young Mackintosh’s unique architectural style on your journey through the two phases of the building. Identify elements of traditional Japanese architecture and Scotland’s baronial tradition with your student guide. Learn about Mackintosh’s life and involvement in both the Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau movements and admire examples of original furniture, artwork and interiors against the backdrop of the jewel in the crown of Mackintosh’s legacy in Scotland.
Advance booking for guided tours is advisable during holiday periods and weekends, and for groups of 6 or more. Private and specialist tours are also available. Disabled access to guided tours is available with advance booking only. To book in advance please contact the Glasgow School of Art.
Visit the award winning GSA Shop and choose from a range of jewellery, textiles, books, prints and postcards, including those inspired by Mackintosh and contemporary collections by GSA staff, students and alumni. All profits support the School.
- Adults: £8.75
- Child: £4
- Concession: £7