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The museum tells the story of the Cumbernauld area from pre-history to the Romans and through to the development of the new town in the 1960s.
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 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.
The Hunterian is Scotland's oldest public museum and is home to one of the largest collections outside of the National Museums.
The People’s Palace tells the story of Glasgow and its people, while the adjacent Winter Gardens is filled with exotic palms and plants.
The Hunterian is home to the world’s largest permanent display of the work of James McNeill Whistler.
Historic Buildings & Homes
Come and see the world’s oldest surviving music hall – The Britannia Panopticon
Only a few steps from busy Argyle Street. Opened in 1857 as Britannia Music Hall it is famed for the debut of Stan Laurel and early cinema. Now a living museum.
Welcome to The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Museum and Heritage Centre
Low Parks Museum traces the local history of South Lanarkshire and is set within two historic buildings of national importance.
Scotland Street School was designed by the renowned Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and is now a museum that is a must-see for Mackintosh fans.