One of the finest civic collections in Europe is housed within this Glasgow landmark. Conflict & Consequence, Cultural Survival, Dutch Art, Italian Art, French Art, La Faruk Madonna, Every Picture Tells a Story, Scottish Identity in Art, etc.
By subway : Five minutes’ walk from Kelvinhall Underground Station. Ten minutes’ walk from Kelvinbridge Underground Station. Subway trains run to Kelvin Hall station, near Kelvingrove, at intervals of four to eight minutes. Operating hours are Monday to Saturday 6.30am to 11.30pm and Sunday 10am to 6pm. Cars can be parked at the following Subway stations before travelling on to Kelvin Hall: Bridge Street, Kelvinbridge, Shields Road and West Street. Information available on 0870 608 2608 or www.spt.co.uk. By rail : Fifteen minutes' walk from Partick rail station. By bus : First Services 9, 16, 18/A, 42/A and 62 all stop directly outside Kelvingrove Museum. All services leave from Hope Street at Central Station, with the exception of the 42, which leaves from Bath Street. For additional service information contact the First customer services team on 0141 423 6600 or Traveline Scotland on 0870 608 2608. Arriva’s No 17 buses run every 30 minutes to Kelvingrove from Renfield Street - information available on 0870 120 1088 or www.arrivabus.co.uk. McKindless operate their 62 service to Kelvingrove from Glasgow Cross - information available on 0141 550 5960 or www.mckindlessgroup.co.uk.
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