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The Maclaurin Museum truly is a hidden gem! Entry is free, and we visited five separate galleries, respectively featuring: amazingly intricate hanging tapestries; a collection of drawings and paintings by four Scottish colourists Cadell, Hunter, Peploe and Fergusson; a selection of Royal Scottish Academy life...More
We visited both Galleries with family, very interesting, afterwards we decided to visit the Tea Room, a very nice young lady came to take our order, and as we waited another lady came out from the kitchen, goodness me she was loud, so much so...More
I had wanted to see the series of paintings based on Tam O'Shanter by Alexander Goudie, and was not disappointed.The lively paintings bring the poetry to life. While we were visiting there were 2 exhibitions on display, Peter Howson and Matisse.As for the former, well,...More
Still a great place to visit however council cut backs are really beginning to tell on the place and its far from what it once was - a need for painting railings and parts of the buildings, sprucing up information panels, etc. It used to...More
Took the kids here to see the Brick City exhibition and try the cafe. Decent exhibition. It was a lovely day so the cafe was packed and we were told to come back in 10 - 15 mins for a table. We ended up sitting...More
The galleries change their exhibitions on a regular basis, but the current Lego exhibition has to be one of the most impressive.
Three rooms are currently devoted to Lego scenes such as:
Paris street scene
Amsterdam street scene
London Olympic Stadium...More
A visit to Rozelle House and the Maclaurin Galleries always proves to be exciting. The exhibitions change on a regular basis and whether you are interested in Art, Photography, Sculpture, Craftsmanship or history, you will be stimulated by what you see. The building itself, the...More