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Keeping it with the eyeball theme from the last few weeks, we’re making worm infested jelly with ice cream eyeballs!
Glasgow Museums are continuing with the eyeball theme this week in Recipes from the Kelvin Hall Cauldron!
Inspired by the cauldrons in the collection, Glasgow Museums are bringing you some spooky ‘Recipes from the Kelvin Hall Cauldron’ for the next few weeks to get you in the mood for Halloween!
We've gone savoury for this week's Tearoom Treats recipe with a recipe for cheese scones.
Information on the phased reopening of Kelvin Hall.
This week's tearoom treat is a special recipe for chocolate fudge!
This week's Tearoom Treats recipe is a no-bake coconut ice recipe!
This week's Tearoom Treats is a recipe for ice cream that you can easily customise to your own taste!
This week's tearoom treats sees us make a Mackintosh-inspired fondant rose, ideal for decorating your baking!
The first in the Glasgow Museums Tearoom Treats recipe series, try out these Mack Snacks!
As part of our commitment to Green Tourism our team got back on their bikes for a cycle round Millport!
Curator of Scottish History, Dr Anthony Lewis, discusses Glasgow Museums’ slavery related collections, currently in storage at Kelvin Hall.
Join now and pay nothing until 7th September 2016! Plus 4 free passes for family and friends Offer only available until 21st August 2016.
Glasgow Club Kelvin Hall to open on Monday 22 August 2016.