Glasgow has a deserved reputation as a city of culture, and it boasts many art
galleries and museums all of which are completely free to visit.
In the City Centre there is the Gallery of Modern Art, the Centre for Contemporary Arts and the Provand's Lordship.
The West End of Glasgow has the refurbished Kelvingrove Art Gallery, the The Museum of Transport, and the Hunterian Museum, all of which are a ten minute walk away from the Sandyford Hotel.
Lovers of traditional Scottish music will be fascinated by the world's largest collection of bagpipes and memorabilia, housed at the College of Piping.
Meanwhile, the Scotland Street School Museum offers a tantalising glimpse into life in a traditional Scottish school across three different periods in time - Victoria, WWII and the 1950s.
And in Glasgow's South there is the world-renowned Burrell Collection, and the Scottish Football Museum. Lovers of design, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh in particular shouldn't miss the House for an Art Lover.
For more information about visiting Glasgow's Museums and Galleries of Art, please contact the Sandyford Hotel using the enquiry form.
Close to SECC
A comfortable night at a good price within walking distance of the SECC. Lovely scrambled egg made to order