Stayed in Glasgow for 3.5 years, and never made it in until now. Fab place to visit on a rainy Sunday, lots to see, and cheap. Particularly loved the Egyptian exhibit!
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Generally I liked it but some points need some improvements. Like musicians should be play classic music... rock'n'roll does not feet to 17th century paintings... And it was extremely loud. Hard to enjoy the art when u cannot hear anything but sound of the thunder....More
We visit the Kelvingrove every time we're in Scotland and it never disappoints. Excellent art gallery and museum!
Worth going to hear organ in main hall which is played at 1 o' clock every day. Building amazing and displays clear. Nice little area of museum set out for children under 5 to look at things. We walked from the town centre in about...More
Would highly recommend a visit to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Superb art collection in particular by the Glasgow boys. Highlights for me were Dali's painting of Christ on the cross, Charles & Margaret Rennie Mackintosh, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti - Regina Cordium - Alexa...More
this is a seriously interesting museum in particular the design and art sections. it gives a great insight into the Glasgow boys and their impact as well as a fascinating view of furniture design and the influence of Macintosh. The history of Glasgow is well...More
A superb place. Do get there for the organ recital. The restaurant was welcoming. One day is too short a visit so plan to return as soon as possible!
It was a very wet Saturday, and I have always wanted to visit. After 57 years, since my last visit, I can honestly say that it has improved. There was a real buzz in the place,music playing, lots of families enjoying the various exhibits. I...More