Fodor's Expert Review Mackintosh at the Willow

City Center Building/Architectural Site
One of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most admired commissions was the tearooms he designed in 1903 for Miss Cranston, whose tearooms across the city were a magnet for Glasgow's middle class. She commissioned the young Mackintosh for several projects; the Willow Tea Rooms were among the best known. The tearooms have now been restored to their 1903 state, with furniture to match Makintosh's design. You'll find other beautiful examples of his work in the building, too, including the Billiard Room, the Board Room, and the aptly named Salon de Luxe. An interactive exhibition focuses on the great artist in his time and place, together with his contemporaries, including the Glasgow Girls.
Building/Architectural Site Historical

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215-217 Sauchiehall St.
Glasgow City  G2 3EX, Scotland

141-204–1903

www.mackintoshatthewillow.com

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