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About this place
Glasgow’s well-loved Museum of Transport has relocated to this spectacular waterfront landmark that was designed by internationally-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid. The dynamic new Riverside Museum displays Glasgow’s rich industrial heritage, which stems from the River Clyde.
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Museum of all things transport with great insight into Glasgow life in times gone by. Set on the River Clyde. Good cafe.
Tall Ship, Classic Cars, Trains, Buses, Mock Glasgow Street from the 1800’s - my kids love it!
Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper. Get hands on with our interactive displays. Walk through Glasgow streets and visit the shops, bar and…
Hyper-modern Transport museum with collections of historic vehicles and state-of-the-art interactive displays.
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