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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects. The collections are extensive, wide-ranging and internationally-significant. They include:
Natural history exhibits, arms and armour, art works from many art movements and periods of history, and much more... we even have a real Spitfire!
Kelvingrove welcomes families with children, and its displays have been designed with children in mind. There are lots of interactives throughout the museum that will appeal to younger audiences.
The RBS Exhibition Gallery and the community exhibition space both have a running programme of temporary exhibitions and displays.
Please note that some temporary exhibitions are subject to an entry fee.
When visiting Kelvingrove you can enjoy its cafés and shops. You can also make use of its Study Centre and Library to find out more about Glasgow Museums’ collections and carry out research online.
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The 'Coming into View: Photographing Glasgow' exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery celebrates the work of amateur photographer Eric Watt through the mid-late 20th Century.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery are hosting a series of talks focusing on their newly acquired 17th Century Portrait of Lord Mungo Murray, by renowned artist John Michael Wright.
Come along to Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum for their regular Toddler Time sessions on Fridays!
Situated in the heart of the city, GoMA is Scotland's most visited modern art gallery displaying work that highlights the interests, influences and working methods of artists from around the world!