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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 internationally-significant.
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As the name suggests this is a combination of art gallery and museum and it excels as both. There are great exhibits on the "Glasgow Boys" and the Scottish Colourists. There is a Spitfire hanging in one hall. At one o'clock we listened to an...More
On the recommendation of the taxi driver, who brought us in from the airport, we went to visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, on the day we arrived in Glasgow. The massive building is most impressive, both exterior architecture and the interior. While donations...More
Kelvingrove art gallery and museum is stacked to the rafters with all sorts of exhibits and a great place to spend a few hours, based in Kelvingrove Park near Patrick it offers something for everyone and as an added extra it’s free.
There is something of interest for all ages at this wonderful Gallery and Museum.As you entry the main entry hall you a met with the sight of a large organ high up at the end. This is played during the day. Nice cafe but up...More
A wonderful collection of items including leading art works by Dali and others. Fascinating for adults and kids alike, with fossils and animal exhibits and a changing basement exhibition which has had dinosaurs, mummies, Mucha, AC/DC and many more. A good value café on ground...More
This building is absolutely stunning and worth visiting for its own sake. Salvador Dali's masterpiece "Christ of St John of the Cross" is well worth seeing with its massive proportions and surreal perspective. It is located in its own room and behind glass following its...More
Thoroughly impressed by the building's grandeur. Headed for the CRM exhibition. Had the Chinese Blue Room layout and the same for the Mackintosh at The Willow. Well worth visiting also for the two murals by Margaret McDonald.
The Kelvingrove, alone, is justification for a visit to Glasgow. This is a museum/gallery which can stand up to any fine museum/gallery anywhere in the world. Ideally one should allow a full day as it is a huge place spread over two floors. It has...More