Riverside Museum Glasgow
The Riverside Museum is a tourist destination for transport lovers that located in Glasgow Scotland. The museum established in June 2011 and received multiple honors, including the 2013 European Museum of the Year Award. As of 2017 records, the museum visited by more than 1,131,800 peoples. It is also the fourth largest popular tourist attractions in Scotland. Zaha Hadid Architects designed it. Event Communications arrange the interior exhibitions of the museum. The authority has also established a charitable trust for raising final £5 million for development of the site. The museum also appeared in several film and TV serials and accepted donations from visitors.
The museum visitors get access to several services named as toilets, baby changing, baby feeding, cloakroom, guide dog-friendly, hearing loop, parking, photography, and video recording. The Riverdale facilities include Cafe, Restaurant, Shop and Free Wi-fi.
Riverside Museum Glasgow Important Details
In 2008, the construction work for the museum started. The structure of the art was building completed in 2010. The construction was a contract of the museum given to BAM Construct UK Ltd.
The museum service installations are carried out by BBESL’s team of Gordon, Jordon Kerr, and FES. The location was officially opened for public on 21 June 2011.
The Museum displays more than 3,000 objects. The museum has skateboards, locomotives, paintings, prams, and cars. The museum also has an interactive display for the museum. The visitors can see memories and films of objects through 90 large touch panels. The outdoor events space of the museum is also available for rent. The outdoor space can be used for hosting music events, corporate dinners, concerts, and private functions.