Provand's Lordship


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Step back in time and discover Glasgow's unique history with a visit to the oldest house in the city.

Provand's Lordship was built in 1471. It was originally part of a hospital. It is one of only four medieval buildings to survive in Glasgow. The house has been extensively restored, and houses a donation of 17th-century furniture by Sir William Burrell.

Visiting Provand's Lordship provides a real flavour of what a home interior of around 1700 would have looked like.
Behind the house is the St Nicholas Garden, a medicinal herb garden that provides an oasis of calm. Visit the garden to see Glasgow's renowned Tontine Faces – a series of stone masks with a fascinating past.

Disabled access is limited to ground floor only

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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