Not just a must-see but also a must-hear. The organ at Kelvingrove was built by Lewis and Co., London, in 1901.
It was initially housed in a temporary concert hall throughout the 1901 Glasgow International Exhibition. It was moved to its permanent home at Kelvingrove in 1902.
The organ has undergone restoration twice (once because it suffered bomb damamge in 1941). It has been used to give free organ recitals since Kelvingrove opened.