No wonder — there’s lots to explore for inquisitive minds of every age. Plus, entry is free.
You can’t fail to notice the imposing Victorian gothic building. Think the outside looks intriguing? Wait till you get inside.
There are over 8,000 objects on show, including Dali’s masterpiece ‘Christ of St John of the Cross’. Visit before 19 February 2018 to see the Alphonse Mucha Exhibition ‘In Quest of Beauty’.
For kids, there’s a family programme about nature and wildlife on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Toddler Time, when little ones sing songs and listen to stories, is on Fridays at 11.30am.
It’s a 35-minute walk from Glasgow Queen Street, but you can take the Subway from Buchanan Street to Kelvinbridge. From here, it’s a gentle ten-minute stroll through Kelvingrove Park to the museum. Prefer to explore Dumbarton Road on your way to the gallery? Get off at Kelvinhall instead. Or it's stop 13 or 16 on the City Sightseeing bus.
Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG