Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: Our most recommended tours and activities

Glasgow: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Glasgow: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore one of the most vibrant Scottish cities with a 1 or 2-day ticket to Glasgow’s hop-on and hop-off bus. Explore museums, art galleries, parks, theatres and even Glasgow Cathedral. In addition, the city’s pubs, cafés, bars and nightclubs help make Glasgow one of the new preferred destinations for short breaks. The visitor attractions and places of interest are spread throughout the city and the best way to visit the attractions and to see the city, is to step on one of the open-top tour buses for a fully guided tour round all the main sights. Jump off at any of the stops, conveniently located for the Gothic Cathedral, the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel, the recently restored Kelvingrove Art Galleries, Glasgow University, Glasgow Green and Clydeside Distillery, among many other sights. You'll have the choice between the Red Route, Yellow Route or both routes. Book your City Sightseeing ticket today! Bus Stops:  Red Route: 1. George Square 2. Glasgow Cathedral 3. Merchant City 4. The Barras 5. Glasgow Green 6. St. Enoch Centre 7. St. Vincent Place 8. Radisson Hotel 9. Argyle Street 10. Hilton Garden Inn 11. SEC Centre 11A. Clydeside Distillery 12. Riverside Museum 13. Woodlands Road 14. University of Glasgow 15. Byres Road 16. Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum 17. Kelvingrove Park 18. Charing Cross 19. Sauchiehall Street / The Glasgow School of Art 20. Theatre Royal 21. Buchanan Bus Station Yellow Route: 1. North Hanover Street 2. Cathedral 3. Tennent's Brewery 4. High Street for Merchant City 5. Barrowlands 6. Celtic Park 7. Glasgow Green 8. The Barras 9. St. Enoch Centre 10. Citizens Theatre 11. Tramway / Gurdwara 12. Pollokshields 13. Pollok Park and Burrell Collection 14. House for an Art Lover 15. Ibrox 16. Science Centre 17. Finneston Quay 18. Central Station 19. Buchanan Bus Station

Glasgow: Vintage Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea or Gin

Glasgow: Vintage Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea or Gin

Experience Glasgow's top sights on a scenic bus tour while enjoying delicious treats. Be served a sophisticated afternoon tea menu of British snacks and upgrade your experience with a refreshing gin cocktail served in a teapot. Learn about the main landmarks as you pass by. Hop on a vintage double-decker and get ready for a unique adventure. Sit back, relax, and delight your senses whilst taking in the sites that the city has to offer. Choose from either a traditional afternoon tea and coffee or add gin cocktails with aromatic herbs and dainty edible flowers. Take in popular locations such as the People's Palace, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, and the Transport Museum. Hear all about each place you pass from your onboard tour guide. Taste delicious sandwiches, petit fours, cupcakes, scones, and mini quiches, and sip on a glass of prosecco before you leave.

Glasgow: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour with Snacks

Glasgow: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour with Snacks

Glide through the streets of Glasgow on a guided bike tour with a Royal Mail bicycle. Follow your guide through some of Glasgow’s most scenic neighborhoods, and learn about the history of the area. Meet your guide and climb aboard your fully refurbished Royal Mail bicycle. Ride along the waterfront area of historic Clydeside and appreciate the modern architectural gems in view. Enjoy snacks during the tour. Admire the vibrant street art in Yorkhill and cycle alongside Glasgow's best-loved river, the Kelvin. Hear the history behind each turn from your guide, including Glasgow's role in the making of the empire. Marvel at the impressive architecture of Kelvingrove Museum and reflect on the contribution the city has made to the world with a stop at Glasgow University. Finish your tour at the departure point.

From Edinburgh: Glasgow & Scottish lakes Spanish Tour

From Edinburgh: Glasgow & Scottish lakes Spanish Tour

Rise early and meet your guide in the Old Town of Edinburgh, where you’ll board either a minivan or coach and travel to our first stop: the Kelpies. You will learn about these mythological creatures and the artist: Andy Scott. Hop back on the bus for the journey to Loch Katrine, the most beautiful loch in Scotland and where you will have the opportunity to take a short boat trip (at your own expense). This enchanting area was home to Rob Roy MacGregor, the famous Highland outlaw and folk hero, and it was a source of inspiration for the acclaimed poet and author Sir Walter Scott. We will then continue to Loch Lomond, one of the largest lakes in Scotland. You will have time here to enjoy your lunch or a walk around its picturesque banks, which inspired the famous song 'The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond'. The tour will then head to Glasgow. Once you arrive in the city, you will be taken in a panoramic tour (on the minivan or coach) along Castle Street, Green Park, the 1888 International Exhibition buildings, the city's renovation by Norman Foster, the University or Kelvingrove Museum. We will finally return to Edinburgh, and you will be dropped back off where the tour began.

Glasgow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Glasgow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Glasgow Self-Guided Audio Tour, where you embark on a journey of discovery through one of Scotland's most vibrant and culturally rich cities. This immersive experience offers you the freedom and flexibility to explore Glasgow at your own pace, allowing you to tailor your itinerary to your preferences and interests. As you navigate the streets of this dynamic metropolis, our audio tour will be your informative companion, providing fascinating insights into the city's history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts about each tourist attraction you encounter. Glasgow boasts a wealth of attractions that showcase its diverse heritage and character. From its storied past as a major center of trade and industry during the Industrial Revolution to its modern-day reputation as a hub of creativity and innovation, there is much to uncover about this dynamic city. Discover the iconic Glasgow Cathedral, a magnificent example of medieval architecture that has stood for centuries as a symbol of faith and resilience. Learn about the city's role in the Scottish Enlightenment as you explore the grandeur of George Square and its statues commemorating influential figures of the era. Marvel at the innovative designs of renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh as you visit landmarks such as the Glasgow School of Art and the Willow Tea Rooms. Delve into the city's maritime history at the Riverside Museum, where exhibits chronicle Glasgow's rich connections to shipbuilding and trade. Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural scene of Glasgow as you stroll along the bustling streets of the Merchant City, home to art galleries, theaters, and trendy cafes. Explore the fascinating blend of old and new at the Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery overlooking the cityscape, where the stories of its inhabitants offer glimpses into Glasgow's past. Learn more about the top 16 tourist attractions in Glasgow. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Glasgow Central Station 2. The People's Palace 3. Glasgow Necropolis 4. Glasgow Cathedral 5. George Square 6. Mitchell Library 7. Kelvingrove Park 8. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 9. University of Glasgow 10. Hunterian Museum 11. Glasgow Botanic Gardens 12. Riverside Museum 13. Tall Ship Glenlee 14. Glasgow Science Centre 15. House for an Art Lover 16. Pollok Country Park Whether you're drawn to the grandeur of its historic landmarks, the charm of its cobblestone streets, or the energy of its contemporary art scene, Glasgow offers something for every traveler. With our self-guided audio tour, you have the freedom to tailor your experience to your preferences, ensuring an unforgettable journey through this captivating city. So grab your headphones, map out your route, and let the adventure begin!

Glasgow: City, Green spaces and Clyde Bridges Bike Tour

Glasgow: City, Green spaces and Clyde Bridges Bike Tour

Explore the best of Glasgow on a guided bike tour. Cycle through the city's beautiful green spaces, over the iconic bridges of the River Clyde, and on to the chic and leafy West End. Start your tour at Drygate, one of Glasgow’s thriving micro-breweries. Pedal through beautiful green spaces, down to the People’s Palace on Glasgow Green. Cycle along the river Clyde Waterfront and over some of its iconic bridges, surrounded by post-industrial architecture and stunning Victorian sandstone buildings. Make your way to Glasgow’s chic green and leafy West End, through stunning Kelvingrove Park, through Glasgow University, following beautiful waterways and experiencing cultural highlights. Return via beautifully sleepy cycleways and canals to Glasgow’s historical center at Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis which is just next door to the finish point and possibly a well-earned drink..

Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

Discover the affluent and prosperous area of Glasgow’s West End with its own unique history on this private walking tour. Explore sights such as the University of Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the relaxing Botanic Gardens. During this 1.5 hour tour, immerse yourself in the history of Glasgow's development. Walk down quaint cobbled lanes to see sights such as Kibble Palace at the Botanic Gardens, the hidden railway line, and the Lady of the Lake in Kelvingrove Park. Uncover the history and stories that make this area so unique with your local guide.

Glasgow: Guided Electric Bike Tour with a Distillery Visit

Glasgow: Guided Electric Bike Tour with a Distillery Visit

Glide through the streets of Glasgow on a guided e-bike tour. Follow your guide through some of Glasgow’s most scenic neighborhoods, and learn about the history of the area. Meet your guide and climb aboard your e-bike. Ride along the waterfront area of historic Clydeside and appreciate the modern architectural gems in view. Enjoy snacks during the tour. Admire the vibrant street art in Yorkhill and cycle alongside Glasgow's best-loved river, the Kelvin. Hear the history behind each turn from your guide, including Glasgow's role in the making of the empire. Marvel at the impressive architecture of Kelvingrove Museum and reflect on the contribution the city has made to the world with a stop at Glasgow University. With our ebikes, you'll get to go further and get there faster! Finish your tour at the departure point.

Shore Excursion f/Greenock: Glasgow, Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel

Shore Excursion f/Greenock: Glasgow, Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel

First, we will take you to see the Kelpies: the largest equine statues in the world. We will then visit the Falkirk Wheel - the world’s first and only rotating boat lift. This iconic Scottish landmark and feat of engineering stands 115ft tall and transfers boats between the two canals. We will then head on to Glasgow, and our first stop will be at the Glasgow Cathedral. Built in the 1100s, Glasgow Cathedral survived the Protestant Reformation almost intact, and is now the most complete medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland. Entry included. Adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral, you can then explore the Necropolis if you wish. Established in 1831 and built in the Classical Revival architectural fashion, and modeled on Père-Lachaise in Paris, the Necropolis has around 3,500 tombs. Entry included. Here, you also have the option of visiting Provand's Lordship. Bult in 1471, this is the oldest house in Glasgow. Entry included. Next to Provand's Lordship, if you wish, you can visit the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. Entry included. Leaving the Cathedral Precint, we will then take you to see the Doulton Fountain, built for the 1888 International Exhibition in Glasgow. This is the largest terracotta fountain in the world. We will then head to the West End, via some of the incredible Glasgow Murals. Once in the West End, we will take you to see Glasgow University's main building: the Gilbert Scott building. This is the second largest Neo-Gothic building in the UK after Westminster Palace. Entry included. We will then take you to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, built in 1901 in the Spanish Baroque style. Here you can see a series of collections, as well as a restored Spirtfire plane from WW2. Entry included. Finally, time permitting, we will finish our tour by taking you to the award-winning Transport Museum and Glenlee Tall Ship (entry included), before we take you back to your cruise ship.

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Glasgow: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Glasgow: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore one of the most vibrant Scottish cities with a 1 or 2-day ticket to Glasgow’s hop-on and hop-off bus. Explore museums, art galleries, parks, theatres and even Glasgow Cathedral. In addition, the city’s pubs, cafés, bars and nightclubs help make Glasgow one of the new preferred destinations for short breaks. The visitor attractions and places of interest are spread throughout the city and the best way to visit the attractions and to see the city, is to step on one of the open-top tour buses for a fully guided tour round all the main sights. Jump off at any of the stops, conveniently located for the Gothic Cathedral, the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel, the recently restored Kelvingrove Art Galleries, Glasgow University, Glasgow Green and Clydeside Distillery, among many other sights. You'll have the choice between the Red Route, Yellow Route or both routes. Book your City Sightseeing ticket today! Bus Stops:  Red Route: 1. George Square 2. Glasgow Cathedral 3. Merchant City 4. The Barras 5. Glasgow Green 6. St. Enoch Centre 7. St. Vincent Place 8. Radisson Hotel 9. Argyle Street 10. Hilton Garden Inn 11. SEC Centre 11A. Clydeside Distillery 12. Riverside Museum 13. Woodlands Road 14. University of Glasgow 15. Byres Road 16. Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum 17. Kelvingrove Park 18. Charing Cross 19. Sauchiehall Street / The Glasgow School of Art 20. Theatre Royal 21. Buchanan Bus Station Yellow Route: 1. North Hanover Street 2. Cathedral 3. Tennent's Brewery 4. High Street for Merchant City 5. Barrowlands 6. Celtic Park 7. Glasgow Green 8. The Barras 9. St. Enoch Centre 10. Citizens Theatre 11. Tramway / Gurdwara 12. Pollokshields 13. Pollok Park and Burrell Collection 14. House for an Art Lover 15. Ibrox 16. Science Centre 17. Finneston Quay 18. Central Station 19. Buchanan Bus Station

Glasgow: Vintage Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea or Gin

Glasgow: Vintage Bus Tour with Afternoon Tea or Gin

Experience Glasgow's top sights on a scenic bus tour while enjoying delicious treats. Be served a sophisticated afternoon tea menu of British snacks and upgrade your experience with a refreshing gin cocktail served in a teapot. Learn about the main landmarks as you pass by. Hop on a vintage double-decker and get ready for a unique adventure. Sit back, relax, and delight your senses whilst taking in the sites that the city has to offer. Choose from either a traditional afternoon tea and coffee or add gin cocktails with aromatic herbs and dainty edible flowers. Take in popular locations such as the People's Palace, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, and the Transport Museum. Hear all about each place you pass from your onboard tour guide. Taste delicious sandwiches, petit fours, cupcakes, scones, and mini quiches, and sip on a glass of prosecco before you leave.

Glasgow: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour with Snacks

Glasgow: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour with Snacks

Glide through the streets of Glasgow on a guided bike tour with a Royal Mail bicycle. Follow your guide through some of Glasgow’s most scenic neighborhoods, and learn about the history of the area. Meet your guide and climb aboard your fully refurbished Royal Mail bicycle. Ride along the waterfront area of historic Clydeside and appreciate the modern architectural gems in view. Enjoy snacks during the tour. Admire the vibrant street art in Yorkhill and cycle alongside Glasgow's best-loved river, the Kelvin. Hear the history behind each turn from your guide, including Glasgow's role in the making of the empire. Marvel at the impressive architecture of Kelvingrove Museum and reflect on the contribution the city has made to the world with a stop at Glasgow University. Finish your tour at the departure point.

From Edinburgh: Glasgow & Scottish lakes Spanish Tour

From Edinburgh: Glasgow & Scottish lakes Spanish Tour

Rise early and meet your guide in the Old Town of Edinburgh, where you’ll board either a minivan or coach and travel to our first stop: the Kelpies. You will learn about these mythological creatures and the artist: Andy Scott. Hop back on the bus for the journey to Loch Katrine, the most beautiful loch in Scotland and where you will have the opportunity to take a short boat trip (at your own expense). This enchanting area was home to Rob Roy MacGregor, the famous Highland outlaw and folk hero, and it was a source of inspiration for the acclaimed poet and author Sir Walter Scott. We will then continue to Loch Lomond, one of the largest lakes in Scotland. You will have time here to enjoy your lunch or a walk around its picturesque banks, which inspired the famous song 'The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond'. The tour will then head to Glasgow. Once you arrive in the city, you will be taken in a panoramic tour (on the minivan or coach) along Castle Street, Green Park, the 1888 International Exhibition buildings, the city's renovation by Norman Foster, the University or Kelvingrove Museum. We will finally return to Edinburgh, and you will be dropped back off where the tour began.

Glasgow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Glasgow: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Welcome to the Glasgow Self-Guided Audio Tour, where you embark on a journey of discovery through one of Scotland's most vibrant and culturally rich cities. This immersive experience offers you the freedom and flexibility to explore Glasgow at your own pace, allowing you to tailor your itinerary to your preferences and interests. As you navigate the streets of this dynamic metropolis, our audio tour will be your informative companion, providing fascinating insights into the city's history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts about each tourist attraction you encounter. Glasgow boasts a wealth of attractions that showcase its diverse heritage and character. From its storied past as a major center of trade and industry during the Industrial Revolution to its modern-day reputation as a hub of creativity and innovation, there is much to uncover about this dynamic city. Discover the iconic Glasgow Cathedral, a magnificent example of medieval architecture that has stood for centuries as a symbol of faith and resilience. Learn about the city's role in the Scottish Enlightenment as you explore the grandeur of George Square and its statues commemorating influential figures of the era. Marvel at the innovative designs of renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh as you visit landmarks such as the Glasgow School of Art and the Willow Tea Rooms. Delve into the city's maritime history at the Riverside Museum, where exhibits chronicle Glasgow's rich connections to shipbuilding and trade. Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultural scene of Glasgow as you stroll along the bustling streets of the Merchant City, home to art galleries, theaters, and trendy cafes. Explore the fascinating blend of old and new at the Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery overlooking the cityscape, where the stories of its inhabitants offer glimpses into Glasgow's past. Learn more about the top 16 tourist attractions in Glasgow. Its history, culture, myths, architecture, and other important facts are in this audio commentary which starts from the city's central station then the itinerary gradually moves one by one. 1. Glasgow Central Station 2. The People's Palace 3. Glasgow Necropolis 4. Glasgow Cathedral 5. George Square 6. Mitchell Library 7. Kelvingrove Park 8. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 9. University of Glasgow 10. Hunterian Museum 11. Glasgow Botanic Gardens 12. Riverside Museum 13. Tall Ship Glenlee 14. Glasgow Science Centre 15. House for an Art Lover 16. Pollok Country Park Whether you're drawn to the grandeur of its historic landmarks, the charm of its cobblestone streets, or the energy of its contemporary art scene, Glasgow offers something for every traveler. With our self-guided audio tour, you have the freedom to tailor your experience to your preferences, ensuring an unforgettable journey through this captivating city. So grab your headphones, map out your route, and let the adventure begin!

Glasgow: City, Green spaces and Clyde Bridges Bike Tour

Glasgow: City, Green spaces and Clyde Bridges Bike Tour

Explore the best of Glasgow on a guided bike tour. Cycle through the city's beautiful green spaces, over the iconic bridges of the River Clyde, and on to the chic and leafy West End. Start your tour at Drygate, one of Glasgow’s thriving micro-breweries. Pedal through beautiful green spaces, down to the People’s Palace on Glasgow Green. Cycle along the river Clyde Waterfront and over some of its iconic bridges, surrounded by post-industrial architecture and stunning Victorian sandstone buildings. Make your way to Glasgow’s chic green and leafy West End, through stunning Kelvingrove Park, through Glasgow University, following beautiful waterways and experiencing cultural highlights. Return via beautifully sleepy cycleways and canals to Glasgow’s historical center at Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis which is just next door to the finish point and possibly a well-earned drink..

Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

Discover the affluent and prosperous area of Glasgow’s West End with its own unique history on this private walking tour. Explore sights such as the University of Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the relaxing Botanic Gardens. During this 1.5 hour tour, immerse yourself in the history of Glasgow's development. Walk down quaint cobbled lanes to see sights such as Kibble Palace at the Botanic Gardens, the hidden railway line, and the Lady of the Lake in Kelvingrove Park. Uncover the history and stories that make this area so unique with your local guide.

Glasgow: Guided Electric Bike Tour with a Distillery Visit

Glasgow: Guided Electric Bike Tour with a Distillery Visit

Glide through the streets of Glasgow on a guided e-bike tour. Follow your guide through some of Glasgow’s most scenic neighborhoods, and learn about the history of the area. Meet your guide and climb aboard your e-bike. Ride along the waterfront area of historic Clydeside and appreciate the modern architectural gems in view. Enjoy snacks during the tour. Admire the vibrant street art in Yorkhill and cycle alongside Glasgow's best-loved river, the Kelvin. Hear the history behind each turn from your guide, including Glasgow's role in the making of the empire. Marvel at the impressive architecture of Kelvingrove Museum and reflect on the contribution the city has made to the world with a stop at Glasgow University. With our ebikes, you'll get to go further and get there faster! Finish your tour at the departure point.

Shore Excursion f/Greenock: Glasgow, Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel

Shore Excursion f/Greenock: Glasgow, Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel

First, we will take you to see the Kelpies: the largest equine statues in the world. We will then visit the Falkirk Wheel - the world’s first and only rotating boat lift. This iconic Scottish landmark and feat of engineering stands 115ft tall and transfers boats between the two canals. We will then head on to Glasgow, and our first stop will be at the Glasgow Cathedral. Built in the 1100s, Glasgow Cathedral survived the Protestant Reformation almost intact, and is now the most complete medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland. Entry included. Adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral, you can then explore the Necropolis if you wish. Established in 1831 and built in the Classical Revival architectural fashion, and modeled on Père-Lachaise in Paris, the Necropolis has around 3,500 tombs. Entry included. Here, you also have the option of visiting Provand's Lordship. Bult in 1471, this is the oldest house in Glasgow. Entry included. Next to Provand's Lordship, if you wish, you can visit the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. Entry included. Leaving the Cathedral Precint, we will then take you to see the Doulton Fountain, built for the 1888 International Exhibition in Glasgow. This is the largest terracotta fountain in the world. We will then head to the West End, via some of the incredible Glasgow Murals. Once in the West End, we will take you to see Glasgow University's main building: the Gilbert Scott building. This is the second largest Neo-Gothic building in the UK after Westminster Palace. Entry included. We will then take you to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, built in 1901 in the Spanish Baroque style. Here you can see a series of collections, as well as a restored Spirtfire plane from WW2. Entry included. Finally, time permitting, we will finish our tour by taking you to the award-winning Transport Museum and Glenlee Tall Ship (entry included), before we take you back to your cruise ship.

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I think this is the best way to see Glasgow. In fact, it is a big city and the majority of activities are far from each other. So, the hop on hop off allowed us to see several things that we would not have been able to see otherwise in two days. Additionally, we had booked the Clydeside Distillery tour and the bus stopped in front of the establishment. It was wonderful. The audio guide was particularly interesting. We weren't lucky enough to have a physical guide.

Great informed, humorous live guide. Comfortable, clean bus and friendly driver. Was showing English friends round the city who were very impressed. Just unfortunate that Glasgow so dirty and shabby, I was embarrassed at the state of some of the streets we passed through.

Excellent - the hostess was great fun and it was very different from the normal sightseeing only red bus tour. Really enjoyed it and would recommend.

Heather was an amazing guide with fun facts and cute family stories thrown in. I learned so much about the city.

It was the right length. Tour guide was easygoing. Would have liked to stop and see some more sites.