Glasgow has a museum to interest everyone, all with free admission. Fascinating, informative and fun, it’s a perfect day out for both adults and children and a chance to relax and find out more about Glasgow’s history.
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The museums are scattered all over the city and are very easy to reach whichever means of transportation you are using. You can find out what it was like for Glasgow school children in the sixties and seventies and step back in time at Scotland Street School, the building, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, is an intriguing experience to say the least.
The Glasgow Museums Resource Centre is based in the south side of city, easy to access by public transport, and is the first museum store to be accessed by the public. You can see many different art forms, take a guided tour and take in the many formal and informal learning programmes.
Take in the stunning gardens and views surrounding some of the most popular museums and enjoy exploring everything that Glasgow has to offer. You will also find that as well as being free of charge the museums are open most of the year round and are open 7 days per week which means that no matter when you arrive you can get started on the museum tour!