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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Argyle StreetGlasgowG3 8AG27/06/2006 | | Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum |
Press Release
£28 Million Museum Restoration
Reopening of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, reopening after 3 years of restoration and refurbishment in Glasgow’s West End on Argyle Street on the 11th of July 2006 whith special guest.
The city of Glasgow sees Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, one of the cities most iconic landmarks reopen after 3 years of restoration. The modernized Kelvingrove has seen nearly £28 Million spent on the major refurbishment and restoration. Within this development there is a new restaurant and a larger basement extension, this now allows Kelvingrove to accommodate 8000 exhibits. There are 3 floors of fine arts and exhibitions within Kelvingrove; with up to 8000 pieces there is plenty to see. The collections within Kelvingrove have come from Old Kelvingrove House Museum and the McLellan Galleries. The gallery and museum holds one of the world’s finest Arms and Armour collection. This collection was made in Milan in the 1440’s and is to be the closest completed plate armour in the world. Also featured is the armour made for the men and horses for the first Earl of Pembroke from around 1550. At the heart of the collection is R L Scott’s collection, Scott favoured “the real fighting stuff” which means that some pieces in the exhibit have seen some military use.
The Kelvingrove Organ, which was built in 1901 by Lewis & Co. It originally was part of the 1901 Glasgow International Exhibition but was then purchased by Glasgow Corporation in 1902 and moved to where it’s still situated in the North end of the centre hall. There are daily recitals, which take place at 1pm Monday to Saturday, Sunday at 3pm but on Friday afternoons after the recitals members of the pubic can get a…...

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