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Free Entry. 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...more
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I have going here since I was a child , never boring , a lot of memories are still there but also a lot of changes , lots of new exhibitions which can be very modern from rabbit burns to AC/DC . Do not pass...More
We visit Kelvingrove often and never tire of it. Our favourite experience is the daily organ recital with the added bonus of an optional tour of the organ loft and organ after the recital on a Friday.
In the Art Gallery and Museum there is...More
Visited Glasgow 's Art Gallery and enjoyed a cultural Sunday afternoon. Beautiful building with art to suit everyone's taste...ours was the paintings of the rugged hills and Scottish landscape. The one hour organ recital was invigorating starting with 'Bonnie Lassie oh with the first line...More
I visited the Kelvingrove Art galleries on a Sunday morning in January and it was not too busy. Each of the galleries is dedicated to particular groups of artists and is very well laid out with plenty of space to view the pictures. What I...More
We had set off from Edinburgh to visit the Glasgow Science Centre only to get there and discover it is closed on a Monday. The two grandchildren aged 8 and 10 were very disappointed so we needed to find a good alternative and plumped for...More
Perhaps sadly, I'm long enough in the tooth to remember the way this museum and art gallery used to be. You could lose yourself in there for a day, looking at all the exhibits. Since it was re-vamped, I can't help but feel it has...More
A beautiful building to look at and visit and the beauty of it is that it is FREE. It is easy to get to by local busses or if you take your car, there is a fair amount of parking, but like everything else, it...More
This museum is part of Glasgow Museums, all offering free entry. The Kelvingrove has something for everyone. There are a few cafes to rest and enjoy a cuppa.
Access via public transportation is good, with bus stops right in front. It's also on the hop...More