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29 May 2022 09:00
AfroScots: Revisiting the Work of Black Artists in Scotland through New Collecting
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Attraction - The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
Scotland’s oldest public museum, founded in 1807, houses collections relating to science, medicine, archaeology, geology and art.
Attraction - Provand's Lordship
The oldest house in Glasgow, and one of only four surviving medieval buildings, now restored to its 17th-century finest. There is also a medicinal garden with intriguing Tontine Faces stone masks.
Attraction - Scotland Street School Museum
The museum details the history of the country’s education system from the time of Queen Victoria right through to the swinging 60s.
Attraction - House for an Art Lover
The House for an Art Lover offers free contemporary art in a public park, presenting a robust and diverse year-round programme of exhibitions, events that span art, design and architecture.
Attraction - People's Palace and Winter Gardens
Glasgow's museum of social history, with exhibits telling the story of the city and its people. The Winter Gardens are situated in a glasshouse next door.
Attraction - Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Botanical garden located in the West End of Glasgow beside the River Kelvin. The gardens offer peaceful walks, woodlands, glasshouses, as well as special events.
Attraction - Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum features 22 galleries including art, animals, Ancient Egypt and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Kelvingrove houses one of Europe's great art collections.
Attraction - George Square
George Square is Glasgow's principal civic square, featuring architecturally important buildings, statues and monuments. Special events and political events or protests are often held in the square.
Attraction - Glasgow Cathedral
The oldest cathedral on mainland Scotland and the oldest building in Glasgow. A stone-built church has stood on the site since 1136 and the lower church contains the shrine of St Mungo.
Attraction - Glasgow City Chambers
Located in George Square, Glasgow City Chambers has functioned as the headquarters of Glasgow City Council since 1996, and of previous forms of municipal government in the city since 1889.
Attraction - Kelvingrove Park
Kelvingrove Park is an 85-acre park set on the banks of the River Kelvin that features the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove Bandstand, leisure areas, walks and more.
Attraction - Glasgow Green
Glasgow Green is a huge and lovely green space in the middle of the city. It is Glasgow's oldest park with tourist attractions and various facilities. It also earned the Green Flag award in 2011.
Attraction - Gallery of Modern Art
The Gallery of Modern Art hosts major exhibitions by 20th & 21st century artists and has a lending library with books on art and design.
Attraction - Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre offers a great day out for both adults and kids with hundreds of interactive exhibits, an IMAX cinema, Science Show Theatre and more.
Attraction - The Scottish Football Museum
The Scottish Football Museum is the country’s national museum of football and is home to the world’s most impressive national collection of football related objects and memorabilia.
Attraction - Buchanan Street
Buchanan Street is one of the most significant streets in Glasgow forming a central stretch of the city's famous shopping district with a more upmarket range of shops.
Attraction - Glasgow Necropolis
Vast burial ground behind Glasgow Cathedral that pays tribute to Glasgow's wealthier nineteenth-century inhabitants. The site also offers excellent views of the city.
Attraction - University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow is one of the four ancient universities in Scotland. Its high standard of education, huge and beautiful campus and the atmosphere attract students from all over the world.
Attraction - The Lighthouse
The Lighthouse is Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture with shops, exhibition spaces and a lovely cafe. It also hosts events and acts as a visitor centre.
Attraction - Riverside Museum
Scotland's award-winning Museum of Transport and Travel opened in 2011 and features over 3000 objects, with interactive exhibits for adults and children.
Attraction - The Clydeside Distillery
Whisky distillery with a visitor experience featuring the history of whisky and the Clyde dockside, as well as a tour of the still house with views down the river, and drams in the tasting room.