Climbed the Mackintosh tower and got some good views across Glasgow! Interesting architecture exhibits inside.
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Seemed to be a lot of space in use for private function or in process of change over of exhibition. Impressive views of city skyline from top. Lighting could be improved in main CRM exhibition space - very difficult to read at points.
There are two viewing areas, one inside reached by a lift, the other outside(very small area) reached by spiral,staircase. Good views across Glasgow from both. I had gone to see the Mackintosh exhibition but found this very disappointing and lacking in any depth.
Besides they are so nice. More in a moment. From the unexpected outside deck at the top, from which the twighlight viiews of Glasgow were stunning , to the fascinating display of Scottish student urban design proposals casually offered, to the gift shop with (as...More
In training as a tour guide so paid a visit. Free admission and a lovely gallery dedicated to Charles Mackintosh. 135 steps up to the top of the lighthouse where you can look out the city. Cold this time of year but when the weather...More
I took my student to the lighthouse for a visit and it was lovely. We all went up to the viewing platform and had some great views of Glasgow .
The nice part of the attraction is that it is for free. If you go to the top floor you have some views of the city, but also not the best. Unfortunately, if you are not a big fan of arts you will not enjoy...More
Relatively easy to find but you need to walk up a number of stairs to reach the top, which was not a big deal for my friend and I. Once at the top, depending on the weather, you can get a good view of Glasgow...More
The building used to house the headquarters of Glasgow Herald but since 1999 it is the Lighthouse Centre for Architecture, Design and the City. It was free and this was the reason we visited it. It seems though to be a hive of activity especially...More
Thanks for your recent visit to The Lighthouse and for taking the time to leave a review. We're sorry to hear you didn't enjoy the exhibitions, hopefully if you decide to visit again there will be something more to your liking.