Glasgow has many museums and attractions and the best thing is the majority of them are free.

Gallery of Modern Art [GOMA] - Entry Free

The Gallery of Modern Art, is located in Royal Exchange Square. Nearest Subway stations: Buchanan Street or St Enoch. Nearest ScotRail stations: Central or Queen Street.

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery - Free Entry

The newly renovated Kelvingrove museum and Art Gallery is located in kelvingrove park in the west end of the city. Nearest Subway station: Kelvin Hall.

The Museum of Transport (closed) (See Riverside Museum)

The old Museum of Transport (at Kelvin Hall) closed permanently on 18 April 2010. A new Transport Museum (the Riverside Museum, on the north bank of the River Clyde near Partick) will open in Spring 2011.

Riverside Museum -Free Entry

This is the new name and home for what used to be the Transport Museum. Located on the banks of the River Clyde Opened in June 2011. Nearest Subway: Partick. Nearest Scotrail: Partick

The Tramway - Free Entry

The Tramway is located in the southside of the city. Nearest ScotRail station: Pollokshields East.

CCA - Centre for Contempory Art

CCA is situated in Sauchiehall Street in the city centre.

The Burrell Collection - Free Entry

Located in Pollock Park in the South side of the city. Nearest ScotRail station: Pollokshaws West.

The Lighthouse Gallery

Located in Mitchell Lane,  just of Buchanan Street. Gives a spectacular view of the city.

The Maclennan Galleries

is situated in Sauchiehall Street in the city centre

The Arches

is situated in Argyll Street in the city centre


is at 103 Trongate at the east end of the city centre. It is an otherworldly theatre/kinetic gallery displaying the huge and intricately designed moving sculptures of Eduard Bersudsky. One of Glasgow's hidden treasures!

Information on the main museums in glasgow can be found at includes events, opening times and location maps.