Really enjoyed the few hours we spent here. A really beautiful building, with some very interesting artefacts. We spent most of our time in the Glasgow and Scottish sections, learning about the history, architecture, art and development of Glasgow. We particularly enjoyed the 'Glasgow Boys' paintings and those of the Scottish Colourists. However, there were many other areas for people with other interests.
Entry was free, but donations are accepted - well worth supporting this lovely place , if you can.
The on-site cafe was very reasonably priced and there was a small but varied selection of inviting food for lunch. An added bonus was that there was a recital on the beautiful organ at lunchtime, so we were treated to a free concert.
Will definitely visit again.
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