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House for an Art Lover, Glasgow, Glasgow

House for an Art Lover
Bellahouston Park
10 Dumbreck Road


G41 5BW | View map
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Situated within the beautiful setting of Bellahouston Park and adjacent to magnificent Victorian Walled Gardens, the House for an Art Lover represents one of Glasgow’s most popular visitor attractions. Designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and opened to the public in 1996, the House is a truly unique venue, ideally suited for corporate hospitality or indeed any event which would benefit from such a prestigious setting, including weddings, anniversaries and birthday parties. Visitors to the House can view the impressive suite of Mackintosh rooms and enjoy an audio-visual presentation exploring the genius of the architect. The contemporary Art Lovers’ Café has an innovate menu prepared by a team of experienced chefs. The surrounding art exhibitions ensure visitors experience the very best combination of culture and cuisine.

Visitors are also entertained throughout the year with an exciting programme of music recitals, dinner concerts and event.


Nearest UK Airport: Glasgow
Months Open: Jan – Dec, 10am-4pm daily, please call to check as opening times can vary due to private events
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £6.00
Children: £4.50
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Cafe

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