Museums in Glasgow - Page 1

Find museums in Glasgow. Listings include Glasgow Science Centre, Ibrox Stadium, 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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  • 06/12/20
    We have had some great dishes here at The Pipers' Tryst in the last few years! One of our faves from 2018, and something we could really do with this #FoodieFriday, is our Haggis Tacos. These were the...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/11/20
    For today's #ThrowbackThursday we are looking back to a fantastic wedding we threw here in March 2017 - Kevin and Sooty O'Neill. We just loved this view through our porthole windows in our auditorium ...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/10/20
    This #WeddingWednesday, you might be feeling like all your plans are on hold. If you were planning your special day and feel like you have dropped the threads of it all, take a look at our blog! How t...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/09/20
    Are you looking for a great Father's Day Gift that you can share together when this is all over? Why not buy your dad our Restaurant Gift Vouchers. Then you can plan a special meal together after lock...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/08/20
    SCoJeC, in association with Jewish communities in Aberdeen, Tayside & Fife, Edinburgh and Glasgow, invite you to Scotland’s Jewish Coffee Morning If you have an artefact, painting or any other object...
    > Scottish Jewish Archives Centre
  • 06/06/20
    Two images of the original Barrowland Ballroom, Gallowgate, 1935, shortly after its opening, when Billy MacGregor and the Gaybirds entertained large crowds of dancers with music, jokes and stunts. ...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 06/06/20
    City Chambers from George Sq, c.1895 Archive Ref: P702 #Archivesathome #Glasgowlifegoeson
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 06/05/20
    F & F Palais de Danse, 201 Dumbarton Rd, 1940. The building also served as a roller skating rink. The site was occupied by Star Palace cinema, 1910-1925, then it was acquired by entertainment entre...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 06/05/20
    Ahead of the weekend, here is the up to date interactive list of free to access football reminiscence resources. Dedicated to Scottish football & featuring hundreds of players & managers with Spot the...
    > Scottish Football Museum & Hampden Stadium To
  • 06/05/20
    Its #FoodieFriday and after all the great weather, this week has been a bit of a shock. So we are just going to bury ourselves in a big, steamy, gooey bowl of Macaroni Cheese... And Chef Eddies is som...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/05/20
    Thanks so much to everyone for their questions and comments for this week's #AskTheArchivist on the First World War! Here's a selection we've answered for you. Hope you enjoy them, look out for next w...
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 06/04/20
    Stockwell St, 1946. Traffic census: street scene with trams and advertisement hoardings. Archive Ref: P07507/8 #Archivesathome #Glasgowlifegoeson
    > Glasgow City Archives
  • 06/04/20
    For today's #ThrowbackThursday we are throwing it back to the very first Piping Live festival in 2004 - when it was called Piping Hot! We found photos for the first Street Cafe - or street sessions. T...
    > The Pipers' Tryst at The National Piping Cent
  • 06/04/20
    Hubbard's shopfront on Great Western Road, 1931. The store was converted into a pub (of the same name for some time) and the upstairs became - ahem - a famous nightspot! 🕺 💃 Ref: D-CA8/1389
    > Glasgow City Archives