The Hunterian is Scotland’s oldest public museum and home to over a million magnificent items ranging from meteorites to mummies and Mackintosh. Within this diverse collection you will find astounding artefacts, amazing art and an astonishing array of animal life.
We have a range of venues for you to discover on the University campus and beyond.
Reopening our Venues
We are reopening our venues in phases and look forward to welcoming you back safely! Admission remains free and by pre-booked timed ticket.
The Hunterian Museum and Hunterian Art Gallery are now open from 10am–5pm Tue–Sat and 11am–4pm Sun (closed Mon).
In the Hunterian Art Gallery, as well as our permanent displays, you can see Whistler: Art and Legacy, Jimmy Robert: Tobacco Flower, Edwin Morgan: An Eardley On My Wall and the new Mackintosh House Introduction Gallery. The Mackintosh House remains closed due to physical distancing guidelines. The Zoology museum is currently closed due to building maintenance.
Visitors should be aware that we are required to collect minimal contact details to support NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect service.
Further updates will be posted here on our website and on our social media channels:
The Hunterian is a member of the VisitScotland quality assurance scheme, the official grading system for tourism businesses in Scotland. We are delighted to be rated as a 4 star museum. The Hunterian is also a member of the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA), Glasgow Mackintosh and Glasgow's Leading Attractions.