A free day out for every age. Brilliant. Even the temporary exhibitions are only £5 (concessions available).
This is the jewel in the crown of things 2 visit in my city. .. If u come 2 glasgow .. Come here. .. And its the way museums should be .. Free. And accessible 2 everyone .
Don't miss the experience of Kelvingrove. A must see if visiting Glasgow. Great displays of art,for everyone. The Vettriano display was superb! We enjoyed The Glasgow boys and Colourists too. The restaurant was very good. Will definately visit again when in Glasgow.
I've visited this place too many times to mention. I love it. Anytime we have guests staying we take them here. It has a wow factor since it's full of great exhibits and paintings. You won't be disappointed.
I recently took my Granddaughter to Kelvingrove, she really enjoyed seeing the stuffed animals,the kids things to do were varied and interesting from dressing up in "old" clothes to interactive things on screens..I myself enjoyed immensely most of the Art work especially the Dali painting although I'm not sure if its still hangs in the gallery.It has easy access from... More
Judging by the number of people in the visitor's book who had travelled from all over the UK just to see this retrospective, it was obviously long overdue. Excellent to see 100+ original paintings by this talented Scot. Well done Kelvingrove!
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a museum and art gallery in Glasgow. It has one of Europe's great civic art collections. This is one of the the most visited museum in the United Kingdom. The gallery is located on Argyle Street, in the West End of the city, on the banks of the River Kelvin. Nice and quiet... More
Visited Kelvingrove for the first time to see Jack Vettriano's Respective. Well impressed by the building, staff and the exhibition itself. Paid a very reasonable entry fee of £5 into respective which was well worth it. Great venue with much on offer mostly for free. Highly recommended.
Having visited many of the worlds best museums, I have to say I was a bit surprised when I discovered the Kelvingrove. One of the best galleries on Earth! A visual feast in every direction. I would encourage any visitor to Glasgow to stop in and get lost in its beauty.
Dear Steve R, Many thanks for your wonderful praise for Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, we appreciate you taking the time to post it on Tripadvisor. We are more than delighted that you had a very pleasant surprise visiting the museum. Kelvingrove has been opened since 1901 and has always had a diverse collection of exhibits from art to extinct... More
Amazing gallery, free entrance and we had the pleasure to hear a organ presentation, also free, on saturday 1pm.
Dear NVR2010, Many thanks for posting a comment regarding your visit to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, particularly on your enjoyment of the organ recital. Our magnificent organ was built by Lewis and Co. of London and was installed into its alcove in 1902. We do have a programme of free daily organ recitals from 1pm, Monday to Saturday for... More
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