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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 a child I visited here and was overwhelmed. I’m still visiting ( after it’s refurb ) and I’m still overwhelmed ?
It’s got to be doing something right.
And besides, it’s one of the only buildings that holds it’s own against the European classics.
I visit Kelvingrove on a regular basis as it has so many exhibits to see from natural history to art and also visiting exhibits from the Burell collection. I have been to see the Vettranio and Glasgow Boys to Mucha exhibitions. I like the organ...More
The building and the spectacular great hall are very photogenic. We were delighted to learn about the Scottish artists, including the fascinating colourists. The exhibits and accompanying descriptions of French and Dutch artists, were very interesting. Dali's Christ of the St. John Cross, was moving....More
Beautiful art gallery and museum. We were fortunate to arrive just minutes prior to the organist playing on the amazing organ! What is truly amazing about this place.....no entrance fee! What a fantastic city to provide for not only tourist visits but for their citizens...More
Kelvingrove is an easy 5 review. A beautiful period building finished a 100 odd years ago. One of Glasgows great buildings.
Although, functionally a great building inside and out, it is also a great museum and gallery with lots of rooms containing a veritable treasure...More
Another great day visiting Glasgow and spending 3 hours ticking all the boxes for younger children, teenagers and parents - which can be a tough combo to crack. Rounded off with a trip to the gift shop some great suffragette memorabilia and delicious lunch at...More