This elegant mansion in the middle of Pollok park was presented to the City of Glasgow by the owner Mrs Anne Maxwell Macdonald in 1966. Her family had owned the estate for almost 700 years.

Pollok House is now managed by the National Trust for Scotland.

Pollok Park also houses the World Famous Burrell Collection

Along with the house (dating from the middle of the 18th century), Mrs Macdonald also gifted furniture, silver and glassware... the finest privately owned collection of Spanish paintings in the UK including works by Goya, Murillo and El Greco.
Admission Charge
(1st April - 31st October)

Free entry during winter (Nov - March) except special event days. NB the majority of days in Dec. are designated as special event days and charges apply.

Free Car & Coach Parking

Daily 10am - 5:00pm

NB. All museums are closed on 25th, 26th December (early closing on 24th Dec) and 1st, 2nd January (early closing 31st Dec)

Pollok House
Pollok Country Park
2060 Pollokshaws Road
G43 1AT
Tel: [44] (0) 141 616 6410


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