Pollok House is the 18th century Georgian home of the Maxwell family. The House has been a community hub since the 1750s; witnessing royal visits, the rise of the Industrial Revolution and even the formation of The National Trust for Scotland itself.
On this 60 minute guided visit to the House, explore the way architecture changed through time, Pollok's own Spanish art collection and the upstairs, downstairs way of life.
The tour is conducted in English. Please arrive 5-10 minute before the start and check in at the Entrance Hall admissions desk.
If you are looking for a self-guided visit, please check in with our admissions team on site.
This event runs multiple times a week. Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays. Please check availability on our website/eventbrite.
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