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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is Scotland's most visited free attraction. With 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects, the collections are extensive, wide-ranging and internationally-significant.
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This museum / gallery surprised, with the diversity of offerings: from precious paintings by the “Glasgow Boys”, to a spitfire hanging from the ceiling. A major piece by Dali. Taxidermy at its best with a variety of animals, including a magnificent albatross. The gallery also...More
We prefer, smaller more manageable museums and this one definitely hit the spot. Excellent presentation and explanations of the exhibits, and a varied selection of art and artifacts to keep you occupied. Well worth a visit.
It’s well worth visiting Kelvingrove Art Gallery - many fantastic exhibits housed in a beautiful building in a gorgeous setting. As an added bonus Mother India Cafe is right across the road if you’ve got the munchies after a visit
The art gallery and museum is not what you could call a model of organisation - it is not easy to find your way around a somewhat motley collection of exhibits. The highlight is definitely Dali's Christ of St John of the Cross, one of...More
Good diverse collection of masterpiece art. Some other eclectic items like stuffed, once live, animals. What is different is the different exhibits to help visitors understand art and the artists, art restoration, etc. And the building is beautiful and in a beautiful park location
Admission to the Kelvingrove museum is entirely free (like most museums in Glasgow). Most of the exhibits are fun and geared towards kids, so it’s perfect for children. And for the adults, check out the infamous Dali painting.
Visit Mackintosh house at the Glasgow University also the University has a good science museum. The Transport museum an Tallship behind it are very good to. Glasgow has some Great places to eat Browns in the City centre or... More
Visit Mackintosh house at the Glasgow University also the University has a good science museum. The Transport museum an Tallship behind it are very good to. Glasgow has some Great places to eat Browns in the City centre or if yo like Sea food the Mussel Inn.