Kelvingrove Museum Walking Tour
Enjoy a Kelvingrove Museum Walking Tour inside one of Glasgow‘s most famous museums, the Kelvingrove Museum, and explore its 22 galleries with a local tourist guide.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum was inaugurated in 1901 and is home to one of the most important and loved exhibitions in Scotland.
Inside the museum, accompanied by a certified guide of Evolved Guide, you can admire more than 8,000 works of art and objects that go through various eras but above all that are characterized by different styles.
You will be surprised in front of Salvador Dalí’s “Christ of San Juan de la Cruz”; works by Rembrandt and Jozef Israëls; masterpieces by impressionists such as Monet, Renoir and Pissarro; you will find yourself face to face with stuffed animals such as kangaroos, cheetahs and a giraffe original size as well as a stuffed Asian elephant who lived in the Glasgow Zoo until 1900.
The most important works are exhibited inside, but how can we fail to notice the magnificent construction of the Kelvingrove Museum, which is already an attraction in itself. The external walls of red sandstone, and the spiers, its huge windows, the decorative towers on the roof. Let yourself be fascinated by the complexity of the Museum and follow your tourist guide on a breathtaking guided tour!
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