Scotland Street School Museum
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This is a fine, yet little known, example of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's architecture. Here you are able to see his clean lines, rose embellishments and positive use of space.
This wonderful venue is not only beautiful to behold, but was a working school and can now be used by corporate clients as an experiential venue in which to meet for dining, evening meetings, receptions. The Conference Room and modern Audio Visual Room can be used to hold smaller day meetings.
The drill hall is most suitable for small dinner parties and gatherings of import or fun. Medium sized receptions make use of this hall and the surrounding stairwells, corridors and balcony that overlooks this area. The stairwell itself is an impressive illustration of the famous designer/architects appreciation and understanding of natural light and line it is ideal position for drinks service and entertainers.
Classrooms can be used to bring an amusing slant to corporate learning. Each of the classrooms is sympathetically recreated to reflect the educational environment through the ages. Victorian, World War II and the 60s classrooms are all available for use, as well as a larger Edwardian Cookery Room.
Have a good day back at school or come and enjoy an evening of recollections and catering that surpasses all your memories of the packed lunches.
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