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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.
All reviews organ recital glasgow boys natural history stuffed animals salvador dali st john of the cross van gogh something for everyone beautiful building all ages main hall few hours free entry interesting exhibits rainy day worth a visit great place to visit
Admission to the Kelvingrove museum is entirely free (like most museums in Glasgow). Most of the exhibits are fun and geared towards kids, so it’s perfect for children. And for the adults, check out the infamous Dali painting.
Been visiting this Glasgow landmark attraction since I was a child and continued that by costing regularly with my own son who is now a teenager but still enjoys our days out at Kelvingrove.
Beautiful building in a lovely West End location with lots of...More
This was the best place of interest in Glasgow I took my 17 year old boy year after year and he still wants to come back as there is is something different every year of great interest and history well done Kelivgrove galleries.
Having the time to do this is very rare so took an afternoon over it.
Loads to see, The Burrell collection, natural history section, contemporary and modern art including a large part dedicated to Macintosh
First of all, I'm not an art expert at all but we do love a large slice of history, especially Victorian and the industrial revolution so a visit to the Kelvingrove was a real treat. On arrival we were met by a very passionate, well...More
Visit Mackintosh house at the Glasgow University also the University has a good science museum. The Transport museum an Tallship behind it are very good to. Glasgow has some Great places to eat Browns in the City centre or... More
Visit Mackintosh house at the Glasgow University also the University has a good science museum. The Transport museum an Tallship behind it are very good to. Glasgow has some Great places to eat Browns in the City centre or if yo like Sea food the Mussel Inn.