Provand's Lordship Museum is situated
about 0.6 of a mile west of George Square /
The Provand's Lordship was built in 1471,
originally part of the old St Nicholas's
Hospital . It is said to be one of only four
medieval buildings to remain in Glasgow.
The house has been extensively restored, and
contains 17th-century furniture donated by Sir
William Burrell. Visiting Provand's Lordship,
shows what a home interior of around 1700 would
have looked like. St Nicholas Garden, behind
the house, is a medicinal herb garden, with the
Tontine Faces, a number of stone masks with
The museum is on the Tour Bus route
. Provand's Lordship
Museum Google Map . Postcode: G4 0RH.
Tel: 0141 276 1625 . FREE Admission.
Next to the Provands Lordship, to the right in
this image, is Glasgow
Cathedral, another popular attraction in
this area. FREE Admission.
The Necropolis, with its elaborate grave
stones, sitting high above the cathedral, also
attracts many visitors.
The St Mungo Museum
is also situated just across the road, to the
right in this image, for information on
Religious Life and Art. FREE Admission.
The Cathedral House Hotel is situated 50
yards down the road, ideal for meals and
22 Large Images of
the Provand's Lordship, Rooms and