Always worth a visit, great rainy day fun for the family. The art work was fab. Loved the spitfire hanging from the ceiling.
About Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
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When you visit here for the first time you will be surprised by the variety of art in the collection. It was also surprising to see the wide variety of art created by Glaswegians over the past few centuries. There are great collections of Scottish...More
The art is fantastic, but they go a step further by including all sorts of helpful captions and explanations that can help guide discussions about the works and can help parents discuss how to look at art with their kids. Children were free to move...More
I had never heard of this museum until planning our trip, so I had no expectations. The collection in this museum is amazing! It may not be the Louvre, but we were inches away from artwork done by all of the well known impressionists --...More
We saw the reviews and couldn't really understand what the fuss was all about because we generally aren't museum people. We went and now we get it. It was amazing. In the French Art section, we saw just about every big name: Van Gogh, Matisse,...More
Free admission, donations accepted. Wonderful experience, so many choices to view. Easy access for disabled guests. Try and see/ hear the daily organ recital! Wonderful gift shop. The only difficulties was the signage for driving in to the museum / car parking. But still worth...More
I'm not one for art, but Kelvingrove managed to get my attention. It has a good collection of art. I was particularly intrigued by the Comic Book display but sadly didn't get time to visit it before the place closed for the day. I'd keep...More
We went to the museum to break up the day on the way to kelvingrove park which is directly beside it. The museum is free but they do have collections for donations. There are lots of different areas and some areas arw being renovated. It's...More
We spent a lovely few hours exploring the museum. Delighted both with the spectacular building itself and the exhibits.