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Tearoom Treats: Cheese Scones

A savoury Tearoom Treats recipe for cheese scones.

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Kelvin Hall Reopening Information

Information on Kelvin Hall's phased reopening.

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Tearoom Treats: Chocolate Fudge

Ideal with a cup of tea - it's chocolate fudge!

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Tearoom Treats: Coconut Ice

An easy, no-bake coconut ice recipe.

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Tearoom Treats: Ice Cream

This recipe takes a little more effort but it's so worth it, make your own ice cream!

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Tearoom Treats: Mackintosh Rose

Make a Mackintosh-inspired fondant rose to decorate your baking!

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Tearoom Treats: Mack Snacks

The first in the Glasgow Museums Tearoom Treats recipe series, try your hand at making Mack Snacks!

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Festive Opening Hours 2019

Kellvin Hall's Christmas Opening Hours.

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Kelvin Hall staff get back on their bikes and take Millport by storm

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Object Talks: Dr Anthony Lewis

Curator of Scottish History, Dr Anthony Lewis, discusses Glasgow Museums’ slavery related collections, currently in storage at Kelvin Hall.

Object Talks: Dr Anthony Lewis

From perforations to pixels in Postdam – the moving image archive goes to Europe!

Find out more about the National Library of Scotland's Moving Image Archive with Curator Ann Cameron.

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When You Wish Upon a ... Tree

Find out more about the art of creating a Chinese Wishing Tree.

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The Empire Exhibition 1938

Find out more about the Empire Exhibition ran from May to October 1938 at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow.

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The First Six Months of Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall

Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall's Sports Manager writes about preparing for opening and welcoming our new and old customers into the building.

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Remembering the Great War at Kelvin Hall

Find out more about our events celebrating the centenary of World War One.


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