The Mackintosh Church Queen's Cross Glasgow Reviews
Description:Address: The Mackintosh Church / Queen's Cross / 870 Garscube Road / Glasgow / G20 7EL
Newest Review: ... asked to design the church gave the job to their young trainee architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the rest is history as they say. This is the only church designed by CRM that was actually built so is a unique piece of architecture. THE SOCIETY The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society has its headquarters in this church and this society was established in 1973 to preserve, maintain and ... more
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by - written on 17/11/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
The Mackintosh Church This was yet another of the Charles Rennie Macintosh sites that we wanted to visit when we were in Glasgow. We planned our visits carefully because the Rennie Mackintosh sites are pretty scattered around the city. This was one we planned to visit on the day we arrived after our meal at One Devonshire gardens and the mackintosh House. We needed to drive here as it was a bit out of the city and was only open on limited days and times. The reason we wanted to visit on our first day which was Wednesday is that the Church is free to visit after 1pm on Wednesday. WHERE TO FIND THE CHURCH Queen's Cross 870 Garscube ... Read the complete review
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