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Tenement House, Glasgow
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  • See what Glasgow life must have been like more than a century ago when whole families shared a room and a kitchen. A real eye-opener. 
  • In its original condition, this House is a must if you visited Glasgow. That's great, how to get an impression, like all once looked like.
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  • as members of the national trust we came to see this house when we were in Glasgow .It was interesting to see how they lived in those days when you went in it was like stepping back in time well worth...  more »
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  • Visited this place on our weekend trip to Glasgow few months ago. The complex was maintained adequately to give the visitor a touch and feel of the 20th century life. I loved how the kitchen looked; way different than the modern gadget ridden kitchens we're used to
  • Snapshot of history, very interesting.
  • Small place but really fascinating bit of history.
  • Great place to visit. Worth every penny.
  • Really enjoyed The Tenement House but I don't think it would be worth £6.50, it's very small and doesn't take very long to get around it. Quite surprisingly hidden in the city centre though - good to stop by if you're members of the National Trust.