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Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow
(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Fairly small, but an interesting collection. I would have liked to visit the attached Mackintosh House but found it to be a bit pricey on my budget - it was more expensive than admission for House For...  more »
  • If you visit the Hunterian museum, cross the road to the Art Gallery. it is a little small but has some interesting works 
  • To move around Charles Renee Mcintosh and Margaret McDonald intimate home and furniture albeit in a reconstructed shell of what was their house somewhere else is an experience not to be missed. The ex...  more »
Google
  • A wonderful place to visit. The old university buildings are worth seeing in their own right!. The Roman history and remains are fascinating.
  • Stunning museum that you can spend the whole day at. Don't forget to wander around the university to see the beautiful architecture.
  • Necessary Mackintosh viewing. Such a well maintained, lovely place.
  • Amazing place! Art gallery and museum is brilliant.
  • A slightly bonkers eclectic collection of more or less anything and everything by James Hunter. Fabulous building