Opened in 1993, this museum is believed to be unique in the fact that it is the only public museum which examines all the world's major religious faiths

The themes of life, death and the hereafter are explored through various works of art.

 
Three main exhibition halls depict Art, World Religions and Religion in Scottish History.
Please note that Salvador Dali's painting Christ of St John of the Cross which used to be displayed here has been returned to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
   
Admission Free

Disabled Access & Toilets

Car & Coach Parking (@ Pay & Display nearby)

Cafe

Gift Shop

Mon - Thurs & Sat 10am - 5:00pm

Fri & Sun 11am - 5:00pm

NB. All museums are closed on 25th, 26th December (early closing on 24th Dec) and 1st, 2nd January (early closing 31st Dec)

St. Mungo Museum
of Religious Life & Art
2 Castle Street
Glasgow G4 0RH
Tel: [44] (0) 141 553 2557
   
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Through the precinct to Glasgow Cathedral
   


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