Due to Covid-19 restrictions, venues and exhibitions are closed until further notice. We recommend checking with the venues' own websites for up-to-date information. St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art explores the importance of religion in people’s lives across the world and in different eras. The aim of the museum is to promote understanding and respect between people of different faiths and of none. The Gallery of Religious Art contains objects chosen to reflect the meaning of the religious traditions which inspired their creation. Highlights include a bronze sculpture of the Hindu god Shiva Nataraja (Lord of the Dance). Inserted in the gallery windows are medieval stained-glass panels from the Burrell Collection and 19th century and early 20th century stained glass from disused Glasgow churches. Paintings include ‘The Sabbath Candles’ by Dora Holzhandler. The Gallery of Religious Life looks at how religion is woven into people’s daily lives. The displays in the centre focus on the world’s six largest religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. The Scottish Gallery explores the ways in which religious beliefs have influenced the shape and character of Scottish society.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0RH Scotland
0141 276 1625http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/st-mungos/Pages/default.aspx
Please remember to double-check the opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit