Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust

76-136 Fordneuk Street, Bridgeton
Glasgow G40 3AH

The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust was formed at the end of 2002. There are five Trustees, each having considerable experience of large vehicle preservation.

Holmwood House

61-63 Netherlee Road
Glasgow G44 3YG

Holmwood House is Alexander 'Greek' Thomson's finest domestic design. This family home was built in 1857-8 for James Couper who, with his brother Robert, owned Millholm Paper Mills on the banks of the River Cart.

Martyrs' School

Parson Street
Glasgow G4 0PX

Martyrs' School is a hidden architectural gem that deserves to be better known. It is one of the earliest buildings by Glasgow's most famous and influential architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928). When the school was commissioned in 1895 Mackintosh was a junior assistant with Honeyman and Keppie, having just completed his apprenticeship.

Maryhill Burgh Halls

10-24 Gairbraid Avenue
Glasgow G20 8YE

The restored Burgh Halls recaptures the splendid historic beauty of this treasured building, and now provides the local community with a modern public hall, a cafe and heritage exhibition space.

People's Palace & Winter Gardens

Glasgow Green
Glasgow G40 1AT

The People's Palace is Glasgow's social history museum and a chance to see the story of the people and city of Glasgow from 1750 to the present. You can see paintings, prints and photographs displayed alongside a wealth of historic artefacts, film and computer interactives.

Pollok House

Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road
Glasgow G43 1AT

Pollok House is the ancestral home of the Maxwell family. The present house dates from around 1750 and contains one of the finest collections of Spanish art in the United Kingdom together with furniture and furnishings appropriate to an Edwardian country house.

Provand's Lordship

3 Castle Street
Glasgow G4 0RB

At Provand's Lordship you can step back into Glasgow's past in the only house to survive from the medieval city. Now open to the public, Provand's Lordship has been extensively restored to give a real flavour of life in medieval Glasgow.

Shotts Heritage Centre

North Lanarkshire Council, Buchanan Business Park, Stepps
Glasgow G33 6HR

The displays include the area's covenanting history, as well as the era of the industrial revolution and the rise and fall of local heavy industries such as mining, the railways and iron production. A rare surviving 19th century lamp post from the Shotts Ironworks has been installed at the front of the library.

Summerlee Heritage Park

Heritage Way, Coatbridge
Glasgow ML5 1QD

Summerlee Heritage Park it is situated around the site of the 19th century Summerlee Ironworks and a restored section of a branch of the Monklands Canal.

Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour, The

100 Stobcross Road
Glasgow G3 8QQ

The Tall Ship operates a programme of year-round maritime themed events and activities, with specially devised talks and tours, school visits and costumed volunteer days. Explore every nook and cranny of the Glenlee, including the refurbished Captain's cabin, with our brand new audio guide facility, a fun way to learn the history of the ship.

Tenement House, The

145 Buccleuch Street, Garnethill
Glasgow G3 6QN

The Tenement House provides a rare glimpse into life in Glasgow in the early 20th century, in the faithfully restored four-room house lived in by Miss Agnes Toward for over half a century. This first-floor flat is a typical late Victorian example, consisting of four rooms and retaining most of its original features such as its bed recesses, kitchen range, coal bunker and bathroom. The furniture, furnishings and personal possessions of Miss Agnes Toward, who lived here for over fifty years, present a fascinating picture of domestic life at the beginning of the 20th century.