Glasgow City Museums & Galleries
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
Scotland’s oldest public museum is a splendid temple to the wonders of art, science, and history. There’s a lot to see here, but amongst its vast collections, must-see exhibits include a permanent gallery dedicated to the Antonine Wall: Rome’s Final Frontier, one the world’s finest collections of the works of James McNeill Whistler, iconic artworks including Rembrandt’s Entombment, objects connected with revolutionary scientific discoveries and advancements, and a plethora of zoological, paleontological and geological specimens, and so much more.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of the most visited art galleries and museums in the world, home to an incredible array of 8,000 exhibits spanning everything from a World War II Spitfire to Salvador Dalí’s mesmerising Christ of St John of the Cross. Discover dinosaur skeletons, medieval armour, stunning works by the Dutch Old Masters, French Impressionists, and the Scottish Colourists. Other highlights include Sir Roger the Elephant, a taxidermy measuring 10.5 feet in height and one of Kelvingrove’s most popular exhibits.