The Hunterian at University of Glasgow comprises a museum, art gallery and the meticulously recreated Mackintosh House.

The Hunterian was the first public museum in Scotland, founded in 1807 from the bequest of Dr William Hunter.

The museum's large and diverse displays include archaeology, palaeontology, zoology and more. The art gallery houses one of Scotland's most impressive public art collections, with works on display by Rubens, Rembrandt and the Glasgow Boys.

Daily tours are available. There is also a vibrant events and exhibitions calendar throughout the year.

Covid 19 measures will be in place which could include capacity restrictions and change to opening times. For more info visit The Hunterian's website.


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