Looking at the floor plan to the museum, I realised that there was no way I would be able to explore everything in one – or even 2 days. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is going to keep me busy for a very long time. I’ll try to not bore you to death with everything on display. Even looking at the small amount of exhibits I covered on my visit, I came home with 222 photographs – don’t worry, they’re not all going to appear in this post. What I do wish to do, however, is give you a feel for the diversity encompassed by the museum.
This is mainly going to be a photo post.
And lastly, a curiosity … the lamposts outside the museum bear the Crest of Glasgow … showing the tree, a fish, a bell and a bird. The buildings in the background are typical Glasgow tenement flats. In another part of the city, but I live in a tenement flat.C
I’ve written a post on Wise & Shine about why I couldn’t take any photographs of the natural history animal exhibits. Please pop over there and have a look. I think its important to be aware of how the exhibits in museums are obtained.
I’m 100% sure I’ll be back at the museum to explore some more, so sign up to my blog to join me on those and other adventures and exploring curiosities.