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Took grandchildren to gymnastics session. Excellent facilities and equipment. Whilst they were prancing about my wife and I had a good coffee and cake in the cafe. Fantastic asset for the city of Glasgow.
I was lucky enough to attend the archive for a private screening as part of a Muriel Spark centenary exhibition. The archive is extremely impressive, housing archaic filming equipment, historical artefacts and documents and contemporary equipment (dozens of new apple Imacs) upon which you can...More
We took our 2 year old Grandson to a free play session for under 5s.
The equipment included well padded trampolines, hoops, balls a running track and gym activities, all apparatus being very clean and well maintained. So much choice and space.
Great value for...More
The sports facilities ay the Kelvin Hall are now superb.
The upgrading of the seriously run down sports facility was long overdue.
Sports facility now excellent.
The refurbishment is not fully completed as the Hunterian at Glasgow University is also moving into the revamped Kelvin...More
Visited with my friends Lily (11) and Charlie (9). We watched several films on screens that were easy to use. Lily recommends Tips for Girls and Charlie recommends Events.
Worth revisiting as new films are added from time to time. Check opening times carefully before...More
The National library of Scotland is housed in the old Kelvin Hall.
What a fantastic new facility. We took our grandchildren it has interactive screens and is sooo comfortable and welcoming.
Our 3 yr old granddaughter sat going through the different screens listening to the...More
Unusual and very interesting to look back through last 100 years, choosing films.
Last time here was in 1955 winter Shows, (Carnival).
The whole Museum has just re-opened and is ultra modern.