Hill House

Local nameHill House
LocationHelensburgh, UK

Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland, is one of Charles and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh's most famous works, probably second only to the Glasgow School of Art. It was designed and built for the publisher Walter Blackie in 1902 – 1904.

In addition to the house, Mackintosh designed most of the interior, furniture and fittings. Mackintosh's attention to detail extended to prescribing the colour of cut flowers that the Blackies might place on a table in the living room.In 1982 the house was donated to the National Trust for Scotland which maintains it and opens it to visitors.

Tags PaidGardenAccessibleModern ArchitectureNational Trust for Scotland
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National Trust for Scotland Discover Ticket from 34 USD

Opening hours

1 Apr - 31 Oct: 11:30 am - 5 pm

Admission

Adult: £10.50
Family: £24.50
Single Adult Family: £18.00
Concession: £7.50
Members of NTS: free

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hill_House,_Helensburgh

Official Website https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/the-hill-house

Email thehillhouse@nts.org.uk

Phone +44 844 493 2208

Address 8 Upper Colquhoun St, G84 9AJ Helensburgh, UK

Coordinates 56°1'1.302" N -4°43'41.112" E

Tours and activities: Hill House

National Trust for Scotland Discover Ticket

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