Mackintosh Queen’s Cross in Glasgow

Calling all lovers of architecture! Make sure to visit Mackintosh Queen Street in the Maryhill area of the city. This stunning building is a fine example of Mackintosh’s work and acts as a sort of hidden gem in the city. The building was originally built as a church and is in fact the only church built by Glasgow’s own and world-renowned architect. Commissioned in 1896, this magnificent structure is Gothic in style. However, it incorporated Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s famous character and style.

Where can I find Mackintosh Queen Cross?

The building is located in the Maryhill area of the city, not far from the west end. This area is heavily serviced by Bus, Rail and Subway. The nearest Subway station would be Byres road or Kelvinbridge.

The building is no longer a church, but, it acts as a venue for many different shows and acts, while also hosting regular exhibitions. The building is now run by the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society, which attempts to bring a lively Mackintosh style aura to any event that they host. Admission costs £10 and includes complimentary tea and coffee, and even a tour of the building. Their winter opening times are Mondat, Wednesday and Friday 11am to 4pm. Their summer opening times are Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm. So what are you waiting for? Come down and take a look around this fascinating building!

  • Gift Shop.
  • Venue hire.
  • Wheelchair access.

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