When we visited Glasgow we were told about The Lighthouse so I contacted them about wheelchair access, parking and opening times. They got one question right, its good for wheelchairs. Why the chap gave consideration about the parking I will never know. There is no parking, for anyone. I was told the museum was open, but not the opening times. We arrived at 10.20 and was then told it was not open for another ten minutes. Groan, wish we were told this when we called.
We whizzed round the CRM exhibition, which was vaguely interesting, but it was of very poor quality. Watch out for the wee raised bits in the floor, caused me no end of grief - but it looked great, some might say.
Despite a sign saying the viewing floor was closed for a private function, we decided to risk it. There was no function. The information cards of the Glasgow skyline are misleading. They are not taken from your vantage point but from behind you somehow. Very confusing.
We came down a floor to look at an exhibition, but it was just a white room. Another floor and the same problem. Are there no artists in Glasgow?
Clearly we came at a bad time, but we might have been told that there was nothing on to see when we called. Would I go back again? Not on your Nelly.
Best bit was how they managed to get all those up only escalators in. Our visit really was totally rubbish.
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