Scotland's most visited art gallery and the centre for Glasgow's extensive modern and contemporary art collection.
Found in the heart of Glasgow in Royal Exchange Square, GoMA is FREE to enter.
The gallery provides a thought-provoking programme including displays of local and international artworks from the City’s collection alongside temporary exhibitions and events with artists. There is also a permanent display that charts the history of the building. GoMA is part of Glasgow's civic museum service and has a changing programme of museums' collection and loaned-in exhibitions and associated public programme. Have a look at their website for the full programme.
There's also an opportunity to visit a great shop, lovely library with free internet access/PCs and cafe.
Outside the gallery sits the statue of the Duke of Wellington that is often adorned by a traffic cone. Sometimes confused for being an art installation that the Gallery is responsible for, the cone(s) on Wellington's statue are placed by daring passers-by, usually very late at night. It seems to have been going on for about 30 years or so.
Please see our access statement for more information on our inclusive and accessible facilities and services.