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Pollok House

Overview

Pollok Estate has been the home of the Maxwell family since the mid-13th century. The current house is an impressive 18th century mansion, filled with wonderful collections of Spanish art, antique furniture, silverware and ceramics, and an impressive library. A visit to Pollok House offers a snapshot of life in a country house, which still feels quite rural despite only being a few minutes away from the city centre of Glasgow.

A bonus for art lovers is the superb collection of paintings. Here you can see works by El Greco, Blake and Murillo, amongst others. If you visit at the weekend, the house is brought back to life by ‘staff’ and ‘family members’ who dress in period costume to welcome visitors.

The café, situated downstairs in the old kitchen with lots of copper pots and pans, is a recommended place for home baking and light snacks. You can visit the café without paying to enter the house.

Address:

Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G43 1AT

Operated by:

Glasgow Museums & National Trust for Scotland

Opening Hours:

Open All Year - Daily from 10am to 5 pm (last entry 4:30pm) Closed on 25 / 26 / 31 December & 1 / 2 January.

Admission:

Adult £ 7.50, Concession £ 5.50, Family £18.50

Parking:

Yes

Languages:

English

Accessibility:

Yes

Toilets:

Yes

Shop:

Yes

Cafe/Restaurant:

Yes

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