Opened in 1993, this even-handed museum of spirituality (treating all religions equally) is located next to Glasgow Cathedral on the site where the Bishop’s Castle—the mansion in which the Catholic archbishops of Glasgow once resided—stood until the 17th century. Art and artifacts are wide ranging, from a Zen Garden (the first to be created in the UK) to a splendid bronze depiction of Hindu deity Shiva Nataraj to a dancing skeleton from Mexico's Day of the Dead celebrations. The museum is named for the patron saint of Glasgow, the man who is said to have brought Christianity to these parts in the 6th century B.C.