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This place is temporarily closed due to a fire. ** Due to a fire on 15th June 2018, all GSA buildings are currently closed and tours cancelled until further notice. This includes access to the visitor centre, GSA Shop and exhibitions in the Reid...more
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We heard about the fire when touring the Kelvingrove Macintosh exhibit. However, we came by to see the building anyway - just to get a feel for what it must have been. Would have been such a wonderful place to visit. A difficult loss for...More
As my partner and I were visiting Glasgow, we thought we would go and see what remains of the School of Art following the fire. So very, very sad to see the burnt out remains. Most of the streets around the building are closed off,...More
A stunningly beautiful and inspiring building by Charles Rennie Mackintosh that has suffered not one but two massive fires recently and might yet be demolished. It is heartbreaking standing outside looking at what was a brilliant place to visit. There is great debate ongoing about...More
I went on the Mackintosh's Glasgow Walking tour just a few weeks before the Glasgow School of Art building burned down for a second time. If you are interested in architecture in general and Mackintosh in particular, this is the tour to go on! The...More
We did the Mackintosh's Glasgow Walking Tour in April 2018 and it was amazing ! We were 6 to attend the visit, and our 2 tour guides were Karlie and Verity. Their tour was very interesting, we walked for 2hours15min in Glasgow, discovering beautiful buildings...More
Visitors can book a Mackintosh at the GSA Tour online in advance, or purchase one on the day in the visitor centre, subject to availability. There are 20 places on each tour, so we do recommend booking to avoid... More
Visitors can book a Mackintosh at the GSA Tour online in advance, or purchase one on the day in the visitor centre, subject to availability. There are 20 places on each tour, so we do recommend booking to avoid disappointment. The Mackintosh at the GSA Tour runs daily at 11am & 3pm in March, and at 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am (with lift access), 12pm, 2pm & 3pm from April - September. These tours last 45 minutes, are conducted by GSA's student guides who tell the story of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the history of the School. These popular tours take place in the recently completed Reid building opposite the Mackintosh Building at GSA and provide exclusive access to GSA's unique collection of original Mackintosh furniture. Please note there is no access to the Mackintosh Building following a serious fire in 2014.