Glasgow, United Kingdom

Maryhill's Mackintosh: Mini Audio Tour

Maryhill's Mackintosh: Mini Audio Tour

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4 tour stops


Ruchill Church Halls (1899)

Mackintosh Designed an unusual Church Hall here in 1899

5 min

Nolly Brig Mackintosh Murals

A recently completely Mackintosh Inspired mural on the Firhill canal path

3 min

Mackintosh Queen's Cross Church

Only complete church designed by Mackintosh to be built in 1899

6 min

Speirs Wharf

A converted mill built in 1851 connecting with the Forth and Clyde Canal

3 min


This mini audio tour will explore Mackintosh in Maryhill and the surrounding area, talking about Maryhill’s past, how the canal links with the industrial revolution which impacted Mackintosh’s career and how he is celebrated here today. Not only did Mackintosh create extraordinary examples of architecture here, but these projects helped to shape and influence his later career, given that at the time he was still a young trainee working for the architectural firm Honeyman and Keppie. At the time of working on the early projects discussed, Mackintosh was just a young man in his very early 30’s, and had not yet made partner at the firm (this eventually happened in 1901).

Itinerary 3.8 km / 1:20

Offline map included

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