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The Glasgow Museums' store at Kelvin Hall holds up to 400,000 objects, including items from Glasgow's history, archaeology, furniture and education collections. You can experience these exhibits through temporary displays on the main avenue, guided tours, events and workshops.
Kelvin Hall is a 'five star' rated attraction by VisitScotland. This top tier accolade from the country's national tourism organisation is in recognition of its exceptional customer service and high-quality facilities.
The National Library of Scotland has its new home in the Kelvin Hall, where visitors can explore an extensive digital collection with films, maps, books and manuscripts in electronic format. Whilst the Library's Moving Image Archive includes thousands of films and videos capturing over 100 years of Scotland's social, cultural and industrial history. This treasure trove of information will be ever evolving as it tells Scotland's story to our citizens and to the world.
Kelvin Hall is also known as a centre for sporting excellence, with a state of the art health and fitness offering including the largest gym in the city, an indoor climbing centre and a circus themed soft play. Find out more about these facilities here.