Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) is a free art gallery in the heart of Glasgow City Centre.

GOMA was originally built in 1778 as a grand country home for merchant William Cunninghame then converted into the Royal Exchange in the nineteenth century.

Today, it contains four galleries, a gift shop, cafe and library.

GOMA is a popular attraction in the city centre, with its exterior offering bountiful photo opportunities, not least of the iconic Duke of Wellington with a traffic cone on his head directly outside.

Works by both local and international artists are displayed here and exhibitions explore modern social and cultural issues. There is a kids corner as well as interactive activities and events throughout the month.

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