Museums in Glasgow - Page 1

Find museums in Glasgow. Listings include Glasgow Science Centre, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow City Archives, Riverside Museum, Hampden Park and GoMA - Glasgow Museums. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 08/02/21
    This week Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will be encouraging you how to put the 'green' into your art. Be truly inspired by all that nature shows you... first up.. Growing Greener. Reuse bottles...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/31/21
    Hello! My name is Lindsay Robbins and I’m the Project Manager with the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative’s tourism and events focused programme, Turning the Tide on the Clyde. In addition, I am als...
    > Fairfield Heritage - the story of Glasgow's g
  • 07/30/21
    Here is a beautiful piece of storytelling for Friday and #SouthAsianHeritageMonth - the third of our Scottish South Asian Stories, a British Council and Glasgow Museums collaboration! Six new short ...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/30/21
    In 1960, the UK government announced that US Polaris nuclear submarines would be based at Holy Loch on the Clyde Estuary. At that time, memories of the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki ...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/30/21
    HMS BLAKE in her final form. Launched from the yard on 20th December 1945 but not completed till 1961. She was extensively altered in 1969. Going into Reserve in 1980 a reactivation took place in 1982...
    > Fairfield Heritage - the story of Glasgow's g
  • 07/29/21
    As part of Glasgow Museums’ #ClimateStories, Hayley, a current member of the GoMA Youth Group, shares tips on how to lead a more sustainable lifestyle through our fashion choices. Read her top tips he...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/29/21
    From women washing their laundry on the banks of the river to the industrial ship yards, the River Clyde has always been at the heart of Glasgow. This photograph shows a sample of water taken from the...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/28/21
    HMS Delight, Fairfield built destroyer launched on 2nd June 1932 and completed in 1933 which, on July 29th 1940 was sunk by aerial bombing. She left Portland Harbour in daylight apparently against or...
    > Fairfield Heritage - the story of Glasgow's g
  • 07/28/21
    Dear Members It is with great sadness that the death of ELEANOR WALKER has been announced. She died peacefully this morning (28 July) in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after a short illness. Eleanor s...
    > The Glasgow Police Museum
  • 07/28/21
    For #SouthAsianHeritageMonth, we really hope you enjoy the second of our Scottish South Asian Stories, a British Council and Glasgow Museums collaboration! Six new short fictional films developed and...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/28/21
    Waste not, want not! Canny Glaswegians have been repurposing and upcycling for many years. This pouffe, on display at the People’s Palace, was someone’s WW2 upcycling project and has been made from o...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/27/21
    Who remembers ‘looking for luckies’? Glass recycling isn’t a recent thing in Scotland. In 1905, AG Barr began offering a ha’penny for every empty bottle returned and so began the tradition of childre...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/26/21
    This week the learning team from the People's Palace and Kelvin Hall will be taking over our social media pages. With COP26 taking place in Glasgow later this year, they'll be looking at the Collectio...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
  • 07/25/21
    Traineeship opportunity to collaborate with the GoMA Youth Group! The GoMA Youth Group (GYG) is a Creative Scotland funded programme. As well as changing how museums and heritage organisations engage...
    > Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum