Do you love history? Then make your way down to the St Mungo Museum of Religious life and art. This museum is steeped in the fascinating history of this beautiful city. Named after the patron saint of Glasgow; St Mungo, and built on the site of a medieval bishops caste.
How do I find St Mungo Museum of Religious life and art?
The museum contains a vast amount of galleries that have displays and art that celebrate the importance of religion to all aspects of society.
This museum aims to welcome and celebrate different faiths and offers something for everyone, through regular exhibits and displays. Located on the same site as Glasgow cathedral and the people’s palace, there is a never-ending amount of history in this area. Along with this, the museum has an impressive collection for visitors to feast their eyes upon, including their Zen garden with Islamic calligraphy.
- Free admission.
- Central location.
- Wheelchair accessible.