The Spanish Baroque-style Kelvingrove (built in 1901 of red sandstone) is the stirring soul of the city’s art collection, one of the best amassed by a municipality in Europe. It is the most visited museum in the UK, outside of those in London. The art (from French Impressionists to Spanish Surrealists) is world class, but there is much more to see here, with exhibits on Scottish and Glasgow history, armory, and war, and on natural history too. There's also some humor: Watch out for the furry haggis animal.