nice place for a classic art ,near byres road lots of restaurants and cafes ,give it a try if you near west end
After a visit to the Hunterian Art Gallery we walked across the main road and straight in through the main door. The interior is exquisite, lots of wood panelling with a gallery all around, which I understand has just been restored. The collections were interesting, from surgical instruments to butterflies and Roman relics. Loved it all..
A little gem of a museum hidden away in the cloisters of Glasgow Uni. A great museum for all ages with lots of interactive exhibits including lots of stuff on Lord Kelvin and, of course William Hunter. If you have a spare hour or two in the West End of Glasgow pop up to the Hunterian - you won't be... More
I visited this attraction, whilst on a 5 day visit to Glasgow 10.1.14/15.1.14. Words cannot describe this Museum. I was particularly fascinated by the section given over to Arthur Thomas, later Lord Kelvin, and to the anatomy section. This Museum is an annexe of Glasgow University, Gilmorehill, Glasgow, open to the public and Free of Charge. Words cannot adequately describe... More
One of the best museums in Glasgow - not too big so can be covered relatively quickly. Add it to your list and make sure you visit.
Lovely building - nice and warm, which on any particular day in Glasgow is no bad thing. unsurprisingly there is a medical theme to the items on the display - some of them fascinating, however the Antonine Wall collection is very impressive and worth a look.
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