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Explore the museums in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley and take in an incredible array of fascinating exhibits and artefacts that will captivate visitors of all ages.
From the world-renowned collections of the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery to the vintage vehicles on show in the Riverside Museum, you can uncover the past at a wide range of museums.
Take a look through the information listing and find out more about museums in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.
Situated beside the shipyard where many of the famous liners of the Clyde were built.
Glasgow City Centre
The Glasgow Police Museum is the museum of Britain’s first police force, from 1800 to 1975.
Glasgow West End
The Mackintosh House features the meticulously reconstructed principal interiors from the Glasgow home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife Margaret, complete with original furniture.
Visit this award-winning museum and experience a time journey that traces the town of Kirkintilloch from Roman times to the present day.
Riverside is home to some of the world’s finest cars, bicycles and in 2013 won the European Museum of the Year award and it is free to enter.
Glasgow South Side
This incredible store for the museums' collections when they are not on display at the city’s venues is free to visit, though visits must be booked in advance.
Learn about the life and work of the famous Scottish explorer and missionary at this museum housed in Shuttle Row where Livingstone was born and raised.
This Victorian museum and modern art gallery features intriguing collections and temporary exhibitions.
The Hunterian is home to the world’s largest permanent display of the work of James McNeill Whistler.
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