Hunterian Museum located at 3 Professors’ Square, Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0141 330 4221

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Hunterian Museum glasgow
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Cody Brown

4 Google Rating

A free museum is something to never complain about but expect that the organization and content may

4/ 5

A free museum is something to never complain about but expect that the organization and content may not be curated and laid out in the most logical manner as you walk through. I'd still highly recommend this as a great stop as you walk through the University.

Morag Anderson

5 Google Rating

Great place for adults (children that have an interest in history/looking at exhibits without touchi

5/ 5

Great place for adults (children that have an interest in history/looking at exhibits without touching) finding the actual museum was a bit of a task as it's within the Glasgow university campus and signage is not particularly good. Disabled parking at the main entrance and lifts to all floors so fantastic access. Not sure about disabled toilets? Ladies toilets at the time of our visit were a disgrace but don't let that put you off. There is a visitor shop which has a huge range of items both related to the museum and the University itself. We will be visiting again as this visit we took our 4 year old grandson and he wasn't really impressed so we kind of hurried round. The architecture of the university is stunning and very photogenic. There are a wide range of exhibits from Roman coins and findings dug up around the central belt of Scotland, to medical specimens, bones, fossils, gemstones, crystals, and taxidermy. There is so much more that we didn't get to see and as mentioned we will be returning for an adults only visit. Free entry is a bonus and a box for donations if you feel inclined. The university itself is situated in Glasgow West end which is a hive of activity even on a Sunday. Plenty of variety for eating, drinks or a night out. Also great for people watching. Another fantastic free resource. Please go visit!

C. Amzn

4 Google Rating

I admit I was a bit lost and didn't realise that the Hunterian is split into separate parts but I di

4/ 5

I admit I was a bit lost and didn't realise that the Hunterian is split into separate parts but I did feel it's probably a common problem and the older woman at the help desk might have been well... Helpful. Nevertheless I pressed on and did very much enjoy the plethora of exhibits on display. It really is a very thorough collection so made my little mixup worth the effort.

María Jose Lopez

4 Google Rating

Huge huge museum. If you want to see it all you have to go with time. Free entrance. I indispensabl

4/ 5

Huge huge museum. If you want to see it all you have to go with time. Free entrance. I indispensable to see the Christ of Dali. Amazing.

Andrea Beebe

5 Google Rating

One of THE most magnificent museums. The archectecture indoors is amazing.

5/ 5

One of THE most magnificent museums. The archectecture indoors is amazing.

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  • Sunday11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Tuesday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Wednesday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Thursday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Friday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Saturday10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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