Read the regular Kelvin Hall blog.
Join us on a free guided tour to learn more about the history of Kelvin Hall.
Warm yourself up this winter with our very own hot chocolate recipe, inspired by items in the Glasgow Museums' archive.
Find out more about the gym upgrades at Kelvin Hall.
Our first Halloween recipe inspired by the cauldrons in the Kelvin Hall collections.
A savoury Tearoom Treats recipe for cheese scones.
Information on Kelvin Hall's phased reopening.
Ideal with a cup of tea - it's chocolate fudge!
An easy, no-bake coconut ice recipe.
This recipe takes a little more effort but it's so worth it, make your own ice cream!
Make a Mackintosh-inspired fondant rose to decorate your baking!
The first in the Glasgow Museums Tearoom Treats recipe series, try your hand at making Mack Snacks!
Kellvin Hall's Christmas Opening Hours.
Curator of Scottish History, Dr Anthony Lewis, discusses Glasgow Museums’ slavery related collections, currently in storage at Kelvin Hall.
Find out more about our events celebrating the centenary of World War One.
Find out more about the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive with Curator Ann Cameron.
Find out more about the art of creating a Chinese Wishing Tree.
Find out more about the Empire Exhibition ran from May to October 1938 at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow.
Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall's Sports Manager writes about preparing for opening and welcoming our new and old customers into the building.