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Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper. Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk...more
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I've been to the Riverside Museum many times and it's always a pleasure! I really like the little representation of Glasgow in the early 1900s. A great museum for children as well as adults! Not too long to visit the entire museum, a must go!
I’ve been to this venue a number of times with our grandson. There are many interesting exhibits of steam locomotives, buses, cars, motorcycles, ships and a historical street. Would recommend to all families.
On a day visit to Glasgow we found this museum on the hop on hop off bus route. What an amazining museum housed in a beautiful building. We took the free museum tour which was given by Duncan who was very informative and gave us...More
I’ve been to a few in different countries but Glasgow’s Transport Museum on the banks of the Clyde is very special. A great range of exhibits, fun spaces for kids, excellent shop and lovely staff makes a very enjoyable experience.
This is a fantastic place to bring kids of any ages. Been here many times and still finding something new. Kids love it and the oldies like to reminiscence of a never existent past through the rose tints of absence.
What an incredible place! More vehicles than you could imagine could be placed in one building - a very eclectic mix, with random other items that were sort of linked to each vehicle - an intriguing blend. Kept us busy for a happy hour!
These old steam engines are huge. How did they mange to build them without power tools. Tram cars over 100 years old, built of wood. Massive steam turbines for ships along with story boards of the inventor. Cars, motor bikes and cycles for 1800's all...More
Not a patch on the original , exhibits to close together, lacks carachter ,I also think the building architecturally is not appealing to the eye over all in my opinion a lot more thought could have been given to both the outside and inside
A lot of Glasgow history but also for those who don't usually visit transport museums. I loved the shops with old furniture and fittings and that it was all hands on. Great walk along the waterfront back to the city as well.
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Sorry for the delay on getting back to you, I have tried to get a price for you but all taxi company just give a estimate cost of around £50 to £60. Just for info most of the ships that come in have a number of coaches on... More
Sorry for the delay on getting back to you, I have tried to get a price for you but all taxi company just give a estimate cost of around £50 to £60. Just for info most of the ships that come in have a number of coaches on hand to transfer people to Glasgow Museums
It is very disabled friendly and actually hires out wheelchairs if needed. There are purpose built lifts to train footplates and a lift to the upper floor. You can see the same places as everyone else without a single step... More
It is very disabled friendly and actually hires out wheelchairs if needed. There are purpose built lifts to train footplates and a lift to the upper floor. You can see the same places as everyone else without a single step. There is steps on the ship though