Discover Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s famous furniture designs and the history of his architectural masterwork, with The Glasgow School of Art's award-winning student-led guided tours.
Join an hour-long 'Mackintosh at the GSA' tour to investigate the story of the Mackintosh building and the architects life and work, from student to master designer. Examine the exterior details of the Mackintosh building and uncover Mackintosh’s famous designs with exclusive access to GSA’s new furniture gallery.
Please note there is no access to the interiors of the Mackintosh building whilst restoration is underway.
We recommend booking to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited to 20 per tour.
Book online until 8am on the day of the tour to ensure availability of your selected date and time slot, and receive instant email confirmation. Same day bookings after 8am and reservations for up to a week in advance can be made on +44 (0)141 353 4526 or in person at the Window on Mackintosh Visitor Centre.
Tours run daily to the following schedule.
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* Unfortunately we are currently unable to offer any lift access on this tour. Please ensure everyone in your party is able to climb and descend stairs on the tour route.*
Tours last 1 hour. All tickets are held under the booking name and issued on the day of the tour from the Window on Mackintosh Visitor Centre. Please arrive 10 minutes prior to tour departure time to pick up your tickets, as latecomers cannot be admitted to join the tour once commenced.
Seniors (over 60's): £8.00
Students (with valid student ID): £8.00
Under 18s: £4.75
Under 5s: free
Please note a fee of up to 79p per ticket is applied by Eventbrite for online bookings to cover order and credit card processing.
Bookings can be moved subject to availability or refunded until 48 hours before tour departure time after which tickets become non-refundable. To change or cancel a tour booking please contact us at email@example.com or call +44(0)141 353 4584. Our full terms and conditions can be found here.