Kelvingrove Art Gallery is a museum and art gallery located in the cultural city of Glasgow in Scotland. Sir John W. Simpson and E.J. Milner Allen designed the gallery and it was originally opened in 1901. and it is extremely popular with local people and visitors alike. The museum is situated on Argyle Street, in the West End of the city, close to the River Kelvin. It is close to Kelvingrove Park and is located near the University of Glasgow’s main campus. It is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions and it reopened in 2006 after a three year refurbishment. What makes this extra special is that is its spectacular architecture and its family friendly atmosphere. There are 22 galleries to explore and you have the options to discover everything from art to animals. In addition to this you can also discover Ancient Egypt and Charles Rennie Mackintosh as well as a changing programme of temporary exhibition and displays. Collections at the gallery include work by Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet and Rembrandt Van Rijn, to name but a few.