St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art Glasgow, Scottish Religion Building, Location

Glasgow Museum of Religion

Cathedral Square Building, Strathclyde, Scotland – design by Ian Begg, Architect

Museum of Religion Glasgow

Design: Ian Begg (latterly né Begg Architects)

Date built: 1988-90

Address: Castle Street / Cathedral Square

St Mungo Museum Glasgow:
St Mungo Museum Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch

Address: St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, 2 Castle St, Glasgow G4 0RH

Phone: 0141 276 1625

Glasgow Museum of Religion

Restoration project adjacent to St Mungo’s Cathedral by one of Scotland’s key restoration architects, who has made his name refurbishing Scottish Castles.

View of Cathedral:
Cathedral Square Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch

Glasgow Cathedral Precinct, Townhead – various, 1200
refurbished Page & Park
with Ian White landscape architects, 1987

Provands Lordship, oldest building in the city, close to Glasgow Museum of Religion:
Provands Lordship Glasgow Provands Lordship Oldest House Glasgow
photos © Adrian Welch

Ian Begg Talk at the RIAS Big Debate 2001
Vive la difference by Ian Begg

né Begg Architects joined with Morris & Steedman Architects around 2003/04

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Architecture in Strathclyde

Page & Park Architects

Glasgow Museum Buildings

Museums in the City – Selection

Glasgow Transport Museum
Glasgow Transport Museum
photo © Adrian Welch

The Burrell Museum
Burrell Museum
photo © Adrian Welch

Historic Buildings in the City – Selection

Glasgow Necropolis – close to the Cathedral & Museum of Religion
Glasgow Necropolis
photo © Adrian Welch

House for an Art Lover
House for an Art Lover
photo © Adrian Welch

Trades Hall
Trades Hall Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch

Britannia Music Hall
Britannia Glasgow
photo © Adrian Welch

Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow School of Art
photo © Adrian Welch

Website: Glasgow

Comments / photos for the Glasgow Museum of Religion Architecture page welcome

Glasgow Museum of Religion – page

Website: Museum of Religion Glasgow