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Glasgow Museums, Glasgow, Glasgow

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Glasgow Museums is the largest local authority museums service in Britain with no less than ten museums and galleries.

The Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove
Houses great paintings by masters such as Boticelli, Van Gogh and Rembrandt as well as European armour, jewellery, ceramics and natural history displays.

The Burrell Collection
Displays the world famous collection of Sir William Burrell in an award winning building in the tranquil setting of Pollock Country Park.

The Gallery of Modern Art
Presents an exciting array of work by international contemporary artists.

The People's Palace
Tells the story of Glasgow and its people.

The St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
The only public museum anywhere looking at the world's major religious faiths.

The Museum of Transport
Tells the history of transport on land, sea and air.

Scotland Street School Museum
The history of education in Scotland in a school building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

The McLellan Galleries
The largest temporary exhibition outside London.

Fossil Grove
Glasgow's oldest tourist attraction. Discovered by accident, Fossil Grove provides the chance to examine geological specimens dating from 350 million years ago.

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McLellan Galleries (0.08 miles)

Glasgow School of Art (0.12 miles)

Piping Centre (0.20 miles)

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Gallery of Modern Art (0.51 miles)

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