Glasgow's International Exhibitions - held in 1888 and 1901 - were huge events.
They celebrated Glasgow’s place as Second City of the Empire.
The Glasgow International Exhibition of 1888 showcased Victorian Glasgow at its best. It was a mixture of education and entertainment.
The profits were used to fund the new Art Gallery and Museum in Kelvingrove Park.
The 1901 Exhibition was an even bigger event. And the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum building first opened to the public as the Exhibition's Palace of Arts.