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Scotland Street, Glasgow, G5 8QBView on map
Scotland Street School was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh between 1903-1906 for the School Board of Glasgow. With many features built into the stonework and staircases, there is something to admire around every corner!
Now as a museum, it tells the story of 100 years of education in Scotland, from the late 19th century to the late 20th century.
When Scotland Street School first opened on 15 August 1906, it educated the children of families mainly working in shipbuilding and engineering on the south side of Glasgow.
Find out what school days were like in the reign of Queen Victoria, during World War II, and in the 1950s and 60s, in our three reconstructed classrooms. You can even dress up as a pupil from the past!
There is an accessible toilet located in the main corridor of Scotland Street School Museum.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome, and a bowl of water can be provided.
There is a portable loop hearing assistance system.
If you use British Sign Language, you can watch a British Sign Language introduction to Scotland Street School Museum.
Parking is available at the SPT car park across the road from the museum where standard charges apply.
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Use Traveline Scotland to plan your trip
The nearest mainline stations are Queen Street and Central Station,
The nearest subway station is Shields Road.
First Bus services 90 and 121 stop near the museum.
Scotland Street School Museum is available for hire. The museum can used for a range of private events.
It has also been used as a film and tv location.
Please visit our venue hire website for more information.
‘Away for the Day with Glasgow Museums’ is a booklet full of free family fun. Download the booklet to try something new together as a family.
There is a page for each of our 9 museums. You will find activities, suggestions of family-friendly displays to explore, and ideas for what else there is to see and do nearby.
Families who are new to Glasgow Museums and families who have visited our museums before helped to create this booklet – there are top tips inside.
Glasgow Museums belong to you. You and your family are welcome here. We understand that all families have different interests and needs, and we aim to help you to get what you want from your visit.
Have fun and don’t forget to collect your sticker from reception!
Within this architectural gem of a building, our themed classrooms are a fascinating insight into schooldays throughout the decades.Find out more