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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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I used to skive off school to go to the gallery and it still hasn't lost its appeal even though I haven't lived in Glasgow for a long time. We try and go every time we get to travel up there. The cafe in the...More
Went to see this on second last day and so glad we did as it was very interesting. Have to mention the crazy queue situation as it starts at the toilet doors and snakes around till you come to this gap across from till (£7...More
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Musuem is a staple for visitors to Glasgow, and for good reasons. By combining extensive art galleries (predominantly displayed in the east wing) and a museum dedicated to local and notional history (mainly in the west wing), there is a...More
Went here today and there’s lots to do, we spent a good 4hrs here looking at all the museum had to offer. There’s a grand organ that’s played at 13:00 daily. Me and my partner really enjoyed it here.
It is free to enter but...More
This is a must for anyone visiting Glasgow and it's free!!! Great exhibitions and lots to see. Great cafe and downstairs restaurant. Great day out for kids if you are also watching you budget, there is also a music recital for the adults.
MacIntosh will always be at Kelvingrove and will always be part of Glasgow’s fabric.
We visited on the final day of this special exhibition.I have never seen the exhibition area so packed with guests all enjoying themselves to intently.
This exhibits were wonderful.I wish I...More
Travelled across Glasgow on the subway to get here.
Fantastic array of exhibition from fine art through to exhibitions for ancient Egypt. Enough interactivity to keep most kids happy (I would add that my 9 year old began to get bored after a few hours)....More
We recently visited this beautiful museum and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. There is a huge variety of exhibitions in this museum ranging from Scottish artists to more commonly known worldwide artists. We learnt a lot about Scottish culture and Scottish artists, from Glasgow boys to Mackintosh...More