What’s it all about
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is in the West End, overlooking Kelvingrove Park. It’s one of Scotland’s most popular free attractions and features over 20 state-of-the-art galleries displaying an impressive 8,000 objects including works by Dali, Titian, Renoir and Monet. And its eating options are just as impressive!
The restaurant offers a full a la carte menu and a range of lite bites. Dishes are made with the finest Scottish ingredients in accordance with their Visit Scotland ‘Taste Our Best’ Certification.
Their extensive range of beverages includes local beers, wine, softs, tea and coffee.
The café in the main foyer serves freshly made sandwiches, cakes and a range of speciality coffees – and is the perfect spot to take in the daily organ recitals!
We’re supporting this campaign because we are aware of the waste created by our industry and are keen to embrace any improvements that positively impact the environment. This campaign is perfect as it will reduce our waste and contribute to growing plants in a carbon negative solution.
As a catering partner of the UCI Cycling World Championships, we are committed to providing sustainable services. Having large-scale venues like The Emirates Arena and Kelvingrove Art Gallery among the venues taking part in Grounds for Recycling is a step in the right direction.’
– Ross McKenzie, Senior Operations Manager, Encore Hospitality Services
Getting there by bike
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Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AG:
Where to park your bike:
You can find bike parking at the Kelvinside entrance, in cycle-friendly Kelvingrove Park, or on Sauchiehall Street.