MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

The city has a wide range of museums and galleries that cover a range of interests including football, bagpiping, religion, as well as some of the best collections of art and photography in the world.




Burrell Collection
BURRELL COLLECTION

A museum featuring works collected by explorer Sir William Burrell

BURRELL COLLECTION

Cathedral Precinct
CATHEDRAL PRECINCT

The precinct is home to St. Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art

CATHEDRAL PRECINCT

GOMA
GALLERY OF MODERN ART

GOMA is situated in a townhouse built for Lord William Cunninghame

GOMA

Hidden Lane Gallery
HIDDEN LANE GALLERY

This gallery is tucked away down the West End's Hidden Lane

HIDDEN LANE GALLERY



Hunterian Museum
HUNTERIAN MUSEUM

The Huntarian Museum is Scotland’s oldest public museum

HUNTERIAN MUSEUM

Kelvingrove Museum
KELVINGROVE MUSEUM

This museum has over 8000 pieces of work housed in 22 galleries

KELVINGROVE MUSEUM

The Lighthouse
THE LIGHTHOUSE

Scotland’s national centre for design and architecture

THE LIGHTHOUSE

National Piping Centre
NATIONAL PIPING CENTRE

A museum devoted to the mysterious musical art of bagpipe playing

NATIONAL PIPING CENTRE



Riverside Museum
RIVERSIDE MUSEUM

Glasgow’s newest custom-built museum of transport

RIVERSIDE MUSEUM

Royal Highland Fusiliers
ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS

This is the Royal Highland Fusiliers Regimental Museum

RHF MUSEUM

Scotland Street School
SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL

Travel back to ye olden days of education in Glasgow

SCOTLAND ST SCHOOL

Scottish Football Museum
SCOTTISH FOOTBALL MUSEUM

Part of Hampden Park, the museum has over 200 items on display

FOOTBALL MUSEUM



Trongate 103
TRONGATE 103

The Huntarian Museum is Scotland’s oldest public museum

TRONGATE 103


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