Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is popular with locals and tourists alike,” says Sharon. “Its whole approach is based on telling stories and it is not afraid of tackling difficult subjects such as sectarianism and domestic violence.

Natural History Museum

Barbara Nicholson (1906-1978) illustrated a number of botanical books in addition to a series of educational posters that were commissioned by the Natural History Museum. These compositions showed the diverse range of British ecological communities which were not only very popular and informative and most importantly, scientifically accurate.

Horniman Museum

A 25-foot Alaskan totem pole outside the main entrance gives a clue as to what’s in here: a wealth of quirky anthropological and natural history treasures. You can while away hours perusing the place, but the Grade II-listed natural history gallery possibly contains the most memorable: a comically over-stuffed walrus (the work of an over-zealous 1880s taxidermist).