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Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow

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#15 of 35 in Museums in Glasgow
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  • A good way to spend 30 minutes. Very knowledgeable guides. Book in advance. Only £5 or £3 concessions. Not the easiest place to find. But well worth the effort. A hidden treasure.  more »
  • Some works really interesting, a good exhibition and free admission. Worth a visit.
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  • You have, on the one hand, the interesting collection that consists mainly of paintings, and the reconstruction of the House of architect MacIntosh. That is not very large, but fairly interesting. Hill House, however, gives a better impression. It remains amazing that you cannot photograph in many museums. Similarly here in the House of MacIntosh. In the gallery should it (of course without Flash).
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  • This is one of the gems of Glasgow the museum is free entry makes a good morning or afternoon location to visit if your in the westend Glasgow. The museum has great range roman stones and artifacts. Museum also has some medical and other interesting stuff for you to view. The museum is located in upper floors there lift to take you to location. ask the guard at entrance of university for location. Well worth a visit and free entry.
  • There are a few Hunterian Museums. This is opposite the University of Glasgow main building. Closest to the library is The Hunterian Art Gallery , which has Macintosh House inside however with an entrance fee of 5£. The other Hunterian is situated near the University of Glasgow main campus (big Victorian looking building) , where you will find the dinosaur skeleton.
  • The Hunterian is the place to go if you want to find pieces of the Antonine Wall, which is part of the permanent collection, titled Rome's Last Frontier as it was the furthest north the Romans ever came into Scotland. Other exhibits include dinosaurs and outfits from around the world, as well as natural history exhibits.
  • way more interesting than I thought it was going to be
  • Well with a visit as it is free. A collection of many interesting items from different periods throughout history. There is something for everyone.

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