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Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow

(4.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • The entry is the same as for the Mackintosh House, the visit is free. There is not enough known in my opinion, from the school painters of the 'Glasgow Boys' Scottish. Many of these artists have stayed in France and was influenced by the Impressionists (School of Moret coast among others). We also admire classical painters, including Rembrandt and Rubens. Not the crowd in the Museum we can spend time and enjoy...
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  • We went to visit a special exhibition about skeletons. It was fascinating to see these medieval bones with the injuries and medical conditions suffered. 
  • I find this place a bit dated but still very enjoyable, It doesn't appear to be well advertised though. 
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  • 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