The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum established in 1901, is a museum and art gallery that is situated in Glasgow, Scotland. The Kelvingrove has a collection of around 8000 which themes include an armoury, arms and natural history as well as many different art movements and genres. The collections at Kelvingrove are extensive, wide-ranging and internationally significant. Arguably the museum's most famous piece is the Salvador Dali masterpiece ‘Christ of St John of the Cross’. The gallery and museums grand building underwent a renovation in the early noughties and since its reopening, it has become one of Glasgow's most visited sights/attractions.
By train travel to ‘Partick Station’, from there it is a 20-minute walk. First Bus services 2, 3 and 77 all stop outside the museum. If using the Glasgow subway system, travel to ‘Kelvinhall’ station which is close by. If travelling by car, on-site parking is available at £1 for four hours.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open from 10am-5pm every day except Friday and Sunday when the museum opens later at 11 am. Admission is free.