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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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Just back from a visit to the Kelvingrove museum, and it's well worth a visit. We spent about an hour there and probably saw 25% of it - we'll have to return next time we come to Glasgow! Impressive selection of exhibits, great to see...More
One of the best places to spend rainy day in Glasgow! Lot to see and learn, you can relax siting on big stairs and run your pencil on sketch book or listen Organ performances. Have a coffee with brownie and watch Dancing choreography. Find your...More
Glasgow should be very proud of this lovely art gallery and museum which has so much to see. There are interesting things for the children to do. The shop is full of souvenirs at affordable prices for the children to buiy. The restaurant and café...More
What an amazing museum right in the heart of a city like Glasgow.
I never expected to see such a wide variety of exposures from dinosaurs relics, to rare paintings, and medieval armours..
Once in Glasgow you definitely shouldn't miss the Kelvingrove museum.
While there are the parts of the Kelvingrove Art gallery and Museum that stay the same, they often change a lot too. So even if you have visited before there is always something you didnt see last time. Welcoming with gift shop and coffee area,...More
Great day out .very interesting ,with something for everyone !we spent around 2 hours but you could easily spend a lot more .Beautiful building .If you can visit midweek as it is a bit quieter Very nice gift shops and cafe area .A must see...More