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See inside the most impressive historic buildings and homes of Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.
Take in grand country retreats like Holmwood House and Pollock House, and step inside Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural masterpiece House for an Art Lover.
Take a look at the information listings and plan a trip to see the historic buildings and homes of Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.
Historic Buildings & Homes
Glasgow City Centre
The Tenement House provides a rare glimpse of life in Glasgow in the early 20th century, in the form of a faithfully restored house lived in by Miss Agnes Toward for over half a century.
This restored 18th century cottage recreates the living and working conditions of a typical handloom weaver.
Provand’s Lordship was built in 1471 and is the oldest house in Glasgow.
Completed in 1888 and overlooking George Square, Glasgow City Chambers is one of the city’s most prestigious buildings.
Colzium Estate lies to the north-east of Kilsyth and features a mansion house, walled garden and ruined castle.
Chatelherault is an 18th century hunting lodge and summer house built for the wealthy Duke of Hamilton and is now the gateway to Chatelherault Country Park.
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Glasgow South Side
Pollok House is a grand country house in Pollok Country Park and gives a real flavour of life in the 1930s as well as boasting an outstanding art collection.
The Sma' Shot Cottage complex is unique in Scotland and allows a great opportunity to see two distinct periods in Paisley's weaving history.
Rutherglen Town Hall was constructed in the mid-19th century in the Scottish Baronial style and was re-opened in 2005 following a £12.5million refurbishment.
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