Museums in Glasgow - Page 1

Find museums in Glasgow. Listings include Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Science Centre, Riverside Museum, Hampden Park, Glasgow City Archives and Scotland Street School Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

16mm.co.uk

16mm.co.uk

15-23 TOllcross Road, Glasgow G31 4UG

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  • 03/19/20
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    > The Open Museum
  • 03/19/20
    This social media channel is not currently being monitored. Due to the constantly evolving nature of the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation we are focusing customer communications on key channels to e...
    > Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
  • 03/17/20
    In line with the government’s advice on reducing social contact, Glasgow Life has taken the difficult decision to suspend all services from this evening. This will apply to every Glasgow Life venue ac...
    > The Open Museum
  • 03/17/20
    In line with the government’s advice on reducing social contact, Glasgow Life has taken the difficult decision to suspend all services from this evening. This will apply to every Glasgow Life venue ac...
    > Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
  • 03/11/20
    Want to see your photo in an exhibit?! For our summer exhibit “Coming into view: photographing Glasgow” we are asking for your photos! We want your recent (2020) photos of Glasgow with a title, a sho...
    > The Open Museum
  • 03/10/20
    We're now officially recognising the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower 🌻 Not all disabilities are visible, and living with a hidden disability can make daily life more demanding for people - but it can b...
    > Glasgow Science Centre
  • 03/10/20
    Photograph showing Belgian refugees departing back home on the SS Khyber in January 1919. During the First World War 250,000 Belgian refugees came to Britain, escaping German invasion. Glasgow hoste...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/09/20
    We are a bit late for International Women's Day but still wanted to celebrate artist, collector, art therapist and pioneer - Joyce Laing. She is a woman of many talents and Glasgow Museums has much to...
    > The Open Museum
  • 03/09/20
    To celebrate VisitScotland’s Year of Coast and Waters here are some images of Clyde Puffers dating from the 1950's to 1970's, featuring the Druid on the Clyde, Auld Reekie at Oban and Inca at Troon. ...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/08/20
    To round off our #InternationalWomensDay posts, here is the Southern General Hospital Nurses Home female hockey team, c.1936 The Southern General was the only hospital with the necessary outdoor space...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/08/20
    The Corporation of Glasgow Bravery Medal was awarded to deserving individuals by Glasgow Corporation from 1925 to 1975. Bravery medals were awarded for acts of heroism such as rescuing a person from d...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/08/20
    By 1918, G & J Weir Ltd employed 6000 people working as part of the war effort, 2000 of whom were women. Shells, gun carriages, trench howitzers, mines, percussion gear, submarine engines and airplan...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/08/20
    To celebrate International Women's Day 2020, here's Glasgow's female civil defence wardens outside the City Chambers. During WW2, the Public Health Department undertook additional duties including sta...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 03/07/20
    2020 is VisitScotland Year of Coast and Waters 🌊 To take part, we're sharing photographs from the records of the Clyde Navigation Trust. Undated view of Ponce de Leon on rocks next to a lighthouse. ...
    > Glasgow City Archives