My wife brought me to this museum as a 'surprise' birthday treat. I'm not a big football fan so this was certainly unexpected, but I ended up really enjoying myself. Despite it being a Saturday afternoon we had the entire place to ourselves. I'm a bit of a history buff so I was fascinated by a film showing a massive crowd of over 100,000 at a Hampden match in the 1930s. There are plenty of other excellent audio-visual displays, and even a life-size depiction of Archie Gemmill's famous 1978 World Cup goal against Holland (a joy for any red-blooded Scot of a certain age). The staff are very friendly and helpful, especially in the excellent coffee shop. I'd recommend this attraction to anyone visiting Glasgow. Even if you are not especially intrested in football, the exhibits offer a fascinating and good-humoured glimpse into Scotland's past.
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