Festival of Museums, 16th – 18th May, 2014

festival of museums dressed to kill

Festival of Museums 16 – 18 May

Festival of Museums is an annual three day treat of extraordinary, exciting and surprising events day and night in museums and galleries throughout Scotland. From Gairloch to Glasgow and the Western Isles to Wanlockhead, there’s a packed programe of rip-roaring, inspiring and unusual things going on throughout the country.

Find out more about the full programme here.

Dressed to Kill – Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

17th May, 2014   11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Discover how people lost their lives to costume, fashion and accessories from the last 4000 years in this gloriously gruesome family day out!

Get hands on with Ancient Greek and Medieval armour, try on a Victorian corset, test your mettle with our Crinoline Assault Course and explore just how dangerous clothes can be!  Little ones can enjoy our storyteller and her fantastic tales of long-ago whilst our Medieval dancers delight with their dainty steps.  

There really is something for everyone with arts and crafts, dressing up and plenty of photo opportunities!Join us from 11am – 4pm on Saturday 17 May. See all the Glasgow Museums events here.

This event is part of Festival of Museums 2014. Find out more about the full programme here.

Join in with Festival of Museums at Glasgow Museums on Saturday 17 May. There is a Mackintosh tea party, killer costumes, a Big Big Bus Tour, playing games, a Crystal Garden and making memories across 6 Glasgow Museums. So come along and celebrate Glasgow Museums’ rich and diverse collections, with some fantastic events. Get involved and find out more at http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/about-glasgow-museums/Pages/Festival-of-Museum-2014.aspx


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