This storied museum, first opened in 1898, showcases Glasgow’s social history, with intriguing displays on working-class life in the city, especially since the industrial age. In front of the museum is the heavily sculpted Doulton Fountain, the largest terra-cotta fountain in the world. Attached to the museum is the Victorian Winter Gardens with a fine collection of delicate and semi-hardy plants.
Our Rating Neighborhood In the park Hours Tue-Thu, Sat 10am-5pm; Fri, Sun 11am-5pm; Closed Mon Transportation Bus: 18, 64, 263 stop on London Rd, 2, 40, 60, 61, 240, 255 stop on Gallowgate; Rail: Argyle Street, Bellgrove, and High Street Stations; Subway: St Enoch Phone 0141/276-0788 Prices Free admission Web site People's Palace
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