Never fails to impress! Some structural work going on at the minute, so not up to its usual standards. But in the main, brilliiant.
A fascinating building. The outside was not available for detailed exploration due to ongoing construction work opposite; however, the tour guide more than made up for it by using the 3D model in the shop and then proceeded to take us on a detailed and knowledgeable tour of the interior. She gave a thorough insight into Mackintosh's influences and the... More
The tour was very well led by a previous student and also included a selection of furniture. it would have been wonderful to see more - but it is a working art school and not a museum so we needed to stay in a set area. However it has taught me much more about Mackintosh.
One must take a tour in order to visit the school designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The tourist information center made the reservation for us.The guide was really excellent,and the tour well worth having to plan in advance (only small groups are allowed when the scholol is in session). The gift shop had some lovely designs by graduates,but had no... More
There is no need to add anything that hasn't already been said in the other reviews. The only think to be aware of is that the students have their final exhibition exams in May and into June which means you won't be able to do the guided tour inside the building - missing some of the most impressive features of... More
The school of art in Glasgow was probably the most impressive sight we visited in Glasgow. It's an absolute unique building especially since the designer (Rennie Mackintosh) not only designed the outside and interior of the building but went as far as to design the font that's used throughout the building. The tour-guide was very friendly and had enough details... More
Even if you're not in Glasgow for Charles Renee Mackintosh attractions, the School of Art is worth a look from the outside at least. Its just a short walk (up a very steep hill admittedly) from the main drag of Sauchihall St. Unfortunately during our visit the degree show was under construction so we were restricted to an external tour... More
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