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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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Spending a few days in Glasgow, this was a highlight. This building would be a perfect introduction to Victorian architecture and a demonstration of civic pride.
There are so many good things here from early evidence of life in Scotland, to the art movement described...More
The Kelvingrove Museum has a very eclectic collection, including a bust of Queen Victoria, a Spitfire plane from WWII, Art Nouveau interior design, a world-famous Dali painting, and some incredible medieval art treasures (in a special exhibit ending May 2019). Highly recommended!
I’d heard a lot about this museum before going. The outside of the building is absolutely stunning.
Inside, some exhibits knock it out of the park while others are questionable. It could be because I like museums more than art galleries, so some of the...More
After seeing my Hero Billy Connolly talk about this place, I just had to go. I was not prepared for the sheer magnificence of the building, or the amazing content within. I was fascinated by the beautiful collections of the many types of art, and...More
A great range of exhibits in this lovely building. Enjoyed the organ recital too.
For me most interesting were the Glaswegian and Charles Rennie Macintosh exhibits. Hadn't visited the city for over 30 years so it was lovely to see its history and rapid progress...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... 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.