Mackintosh at the Willow is an internationally renowned architectural and interior design treasure in the heart of the Glasgow, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Cranston. We run as a social enterprise and support The Princes Trust by providing employment and training opportunities for young people.
After a 4 year restoration project the building has returned to its former 1903 glory. Step back in time and enjoy the unique experience of visiting an Art Nouveau masterpiece, a family-friendly interactive exhibition, a delightful retail store, daily guided tours of the building and a fully equipped creative learning room which offers free and subsidised workshops.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Information Point DeskRetail Store Information DeskBasement accessible toilet Main tea rooms Mackintosh At The Willow
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
Travel by taxi
Drop-off is just round the corner from the building, on the corner of Blythswood Street and Sauchiehall Lane, or Cambridge Street joining Sauchiehall Street.
Path to main entrance
Mackintosh At The Willow has two main entrances- the historic door (with step) and the main entrance (ramp access and powered door.)
Getting around inside
Visual Impairment - General Information
Lift to all floors bar gallery
Ticket/ information desk
Retail Store Information Desk
Things to See and Do
Information Point Desk
Basement accessible toilet
We have a second accessible toilet on the 2nd foor, with right transfer
Mackintosh At The Willow
Place to eat and drink
Main tea rooms
We cannot guarentee a nut free environment as nuts are used in our kitchen.
There are some internal steps between spaces, but these have light strips to draw attention to them.
Getting around outside
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures
We have evac chairs available to evacuate both from the basement area up a flight of stairs, and down from the higher areas of the building. Various members of staff have completed evac chair training.
Customer care support
4 members of staff are trained in mental health first aid.