Boyle Street, Cheetham M8 8UW. Part of Glasgow Museums:
A cheap day out in glasgow Museum of transport in the west end of glasgow is a free day out and fun for all the family , its just off great western road and across from the kelvingrove Art galleries and easy to get to buy bus or subway. There's everything to do with transport in glasgow through the decades and a must see it has trams and trains from decades ago all types of different cars from decades ago aswell its great for kids and adults alike there's an old style picture house showing a wee short film old style cobbled streets and shop fronts also a train station platform and old fire engines a couple from over the years there's old gypsy caravans you can see inside them all old police cars there's so much to mention. Its great to have a look in all the old types of transport and the kids always find it very funny and it never gets tired I don't know how many times I have been over the years and it never gets boring at all. Its in a main area of glasgow and there's lots of shops cafes and bars around it and there's an onsite café and shop. And best thing of all it costs nothing to get in.
the art galleries aswell there's also lots of fun to be had there also well worth a visit free to get in and just across the road.
The tronsport museum is free of charge for entry, and can be tied together as a day out weith the Kelvingrove Art Gallery which is located just over the road.
The transports museum is full of old style transportations devices and some up to date ones. There are large buses and old steam trains which you are able to go on and have a look about. There are two levels within the museum, the bootom level seems to be for the more land transportations and the bigger items. The second level is home to things like old fashioned bikes and boats.
The bottom floor IS HOME TO THE OLD FASHIONED HIGH SPEC CARS, THESE ARE VERY LUXURIOUS BUT these are only for looking at as I imagine the cost quite a lot.
The top floor is alot more fun for the kids as there is quite a lot interactive services and during school holidays they have people in taking small groups of children to different activited through the museum.
This a great day out when attached to the Kelvin grove art gallery you can make a full day out of it for free!!