What's on at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Exhibition programme

The dinosaurs are coming!

Hatching the Past: Dinosaur eggs and babies is our next exhibition, opening on Good Friday, 3 April.

Learn how different types of dinosaurs lived and looked after their young in this fascinating journey into the prehistoric age. The exhibition features real fossilized dinosaur eggs, complete adult dinosaur skeleton casts and you can try out exciting interactive displays.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is the first UK venue to host this touring exhibition, which has previously only been shown in a handful of countries including Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

A fun and interesting programme of activities will be available as part of the exhibition - more information on this will be available on the website soon.

The exhibition will be in the Royal Bank of Scotland Exhibition Gallery on the lower ground floor and runs until 16 August 2015.

Ticket prices

Adult: £5/£3
Children aged 5-15: £2, Under 5's go FREE
Family ticket £10 (for up to 2 adults and 2 children)

Tickets will be on sale from Kelvingrove and here on the website very soon - watch this space!

​Regular events

As well as an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions and displays, Kelvingrove also hosts a number of other events and activities.

  • For families with young children, why not come along to Toddler Time every Friday morning at 11.30am?
  • Like learning about animals and wildlife? Join our partners, the RSPB, for family fun each Saturday and Sunday afternoon.​  Find out more in our What's On brochure here
  • There are talks, workshops and events for adults throughout the year including our weekly Friday Focus where adults can discover more about their favourite objects, from 1.30pm. Find out more with our What's On brochure here​
  • ​There is a wonderful Organ Recital each day. To find out more about the Kelvingrove Organ and recitals use the links to the right, or click here
  • Daily tours - at 11am and 2.30pm each day, leaving from Centre Hall

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