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St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow
(3.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
This museum aims to promote understanding and respect between people of different faiths and of none, and offers something for everyone. St Mungo Museum regularly hosts temporary exhibitions and a variety of events, from family-friendly activities to talks relating to religion in Scotland today.
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  • I confess that I wasn't planning visit them and I just gone there because I should wait for the bus. But It was a good surprise. There is not many things to see, so if you spend 1 hour is enough to se...  more »
  • Got there quite late in the day, so will have to go back to have a more in depth look around, but what we did see was utterly fascinating. There's artefacts and displays from all the major religions, ...  more »
  • Is a museum small but interesting. It is worth to enter if you visit the Cathedral which is next door.
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  • Very, very kind staff and diverse, inclusive exhibits. I came in expecting mostly Christianity-related exhibits, but was pleasantly surprised by just how many religions were represented in art, culture, and history in the museum, and all in interesting ways. I would definitely go back if returning to Glasgow.
  • For such a seemingly small museum- there's quite a lot to see! Even if you're not religious, this museum encompasses not just a wide range of global religions, but culture too. And, if you climb up all the way to the top, there's a wonderfully picturesque view of the Necropolis too!
  • Intetesting, educating, pleasant atmosphere. I enjoyed 'Angels around us' and other exibitions. And the museum shop has good, less standard selection.
  • I didn't get much out of most of the displays, but the information about the neighbouring Necropolis, in an upstairs room with a panoramic view towards the Necropolis and Cathedral, was interesting.
  • Opened my eyes to amount of religions eyc . Educational and free