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Scotland Street School Museum, 225 Scotland Street, Glasgow, G5 8QB

Scotland Street School Museum

Scotland Street School Museum is currently closed for a major refurbishment.

This exciting project will see the building, originally designed as a school by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, take on a new, wider purpose, including the creation of an early years nursery and a digital learning hub, in addition to the museum service.

Mackintosh’s last major commission in Glasgow showing evidence of the genius of the mature architect. Impressive leaded glass towers, magnificent tiled entrance hall, unique stonework and mastery of the interplay of light and space. Period classrooms, exhibitions, and activity programmes throughout the year. Displays on the history of the school and the local area, including interactive displays and our schools photographic database.


Scotland Street School Museum
Glasgow Museums
225 Scotland Street
G5 8QB

T: +44 (0)141-287-0504

W: www.glasgowmuseums.com
E: museums@csglasgow.org

Visitors Information

Free Guided Tours; Male and Female Toilets; Wheelchair Access; Café and gift shop.


Opening times
Scotland Street School Museum is currently closed for a major refurbishment.

Travel Information
Scotland Street School Museum lies to the South of the City, within easy access from the City Centre. It is across the road from Shields Road Subway station. First Bus services 89 and 90 both stop near the museum. Nearby pay and display parking.

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