An alternative to the usual mueseums in glasgow - very interesting and amazing that it hasnt been touched. Worth a visit. Not too expensive either
About The Tenement House
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We came here on a weekday afternoon. It was quite busy. There must have been school holidays in England as there were a few English families with school-age children. The museum is small; it is an actual tenement apartment on the first floor and two...More
I can imagine how the life in the past was like....It's not a big house but nice decoration and history. I'm a NTS member, so I don't need to pay.
Be aware that the house is only open 1pm-5pm. Definitely worth a visit.The house is small but the rooms are packed with original details and there is an exhibition downstairs. The guides are helpful and reasonably knowledgeable about the interior. The Halloween decorations that had...More
I wasn't sure what was meant by a tenement in Glasgow. This museum made that clear while giving a fascinating insight into the life of an ordinary women between the wars. Well worth the visit.
This was one of my favourite sites that we visited on our recent visit to Scotland. This house remains exactly as the lady who lived here for half a century left it. Complete with wonderful personal effects and knick knacks. It was wonderful to see...More
Made a last-minute decision to visit during a day spent touring Glasgow and were glad that we did. While not a significant investment in cost or time, it was an excellent way to learn what life would have been like in Glasgow (and that "tenements"...More
What a great experience it was so nice to be taken back on a journey that reminded me of visiting my grandparents. As everything was genuine it was easy to imagine actually being in the moment. So often it feels contrived but not the case....More