Meticulously reassembled interiors from the house in which Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his artist-wife Margaret Macdonald lived from 1906 to 1914. The interiors are furnished with Mackintosh's original furniture and fitments and decorated as closely as possible to the original.
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Find out how Madrasa serves Scotland’s largest Muslim community; discover a unique mirror mosaic, a 100 year old spiral staircase and a photograph gallery of the world’s mosques, in this 19th century Thomsonesque villa.
The building is designed as a sequence of interconnected L-shaped spaces – an arrangement that minimises the need for corridors and hallways and allows the rooms to flow. The centre feels casual, almost carefree, allowing people to feel at ease and at home.
Maryhill's 19th century Burgh Halls, Police and Fire Station are now open as public hall, cafe, nursery, studios and offices. Featuring unique stained glass depicting various trades and industries by Stephen Adam, plus modern glass by Alec Galloway.
These magnificent, purpose-built art galleries hosted a multitude and variety of cultural events throughout the last century and a half, but are now under wraps. The RGI (Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts) is campaigning for their re-use.
Magnificant panelled rooms, vividly conveying the mercantile wealth of 'The Second City of the Empire'. Stained glass window representing the meeting on 6th February 1605 at which the Letter of Guildry was produced.
The National Piping Centre is a centre of excellence for the great highland bagpipes. Go along to experience live music, world class bagpiping, tours of the beautiful building and you could stay for a coffee at The Pipers' Tryst.
The Olympia opened as a Variety Theatre in 1911. For fifty years from 1924 it operated as a cinema. Following use as a bingo hall and furniture showroom the building lay derelict for more than ten years before being brought back into use on the urging of the local Bridgeton community.
This inspirational and historic community facility was gifted to the people of Govan. Serving the needs of the local community for over a century, this A-listed landmark building continues to be well used and much loved.
Glasgow Shamrock Street Pet Aid hospital is one of the largest PDSA facilities in the UK. Get behind the scenes tours of consulting rooms, operating theatres, a digital X-ray room, laboratory, separate animal recovery wards and a dedicated pet dispensary.
The Scottish Civic Trust: The Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street,Glasgow, G1 1DT
Tel: 0141 221 1466, Fax: 0141 248 6952,Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scottish Civic Trust is a registered Scottish charity. Charity No. SC012569
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