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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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Kelvingrove is always a good day out. There is loads to do and see and the exhibits are pretty child friendly. Plenty of space for buggies or for small children to run about. This appeals to all age groups. There is a great cafe on...More
We took our grandson age 4 and a half last Friday to see the skeletons of dinosaurs.He was fascinated especially as we had seen some dinosaurs at the Buchanan galleries earlier in the day!
After the dinosaurs he then looked at some of the other...More
Were there as a lark to see the MacIntosh exhibition. The MacIntosh exhibit was fantastic. What a talent.
The rest is the museum was well laid out and of very high quality.
There was even an organ concert and the talent of Mr Browne was...More
I went to the Art Gallery specifically to see the Rennie McIntosh exhibition.It was very well presented.Although it is free to enter the main gallery there was a charge for the Exhibition.
A bonus was the organ recital.I also went to see the Salvatore Dali...More
The photographs on Instagram are true to the magnificence of this institution. Beautiful artworks, from the conservative to the out-there. Beautiful building. Gorgeous indoors. Time very well spent, a must-do when in Glasgow.