Current Exhibitions

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Exhibitions at the Scottish Football Museum

Alongside the permanent exhibits the Scottish Football Museum runs an exciting programme of special exhibitions.

These themed exhibitions are inspired by the museum’s collections but often include objects from all over Scotland and beyond, offering unique chances to see some incredible items. The exhibitions are designed to draw attention to specific subjects, events, people or places; such as the Scottish Cup and Women’s Football, and help tell Scotland’s footballing story.

 More Than a Game Exhibition

In the Scottish Football Museum, our new exhibition ‘More Than a Game’ is now on display which explores different societies and diversities through football rivalries.

Success on the football field can put towns, even countries, on the map, enhancing civic and national prestige. This can have a significant impact on people’s lives; for example, during the Great Depression of the 1930’s football acted as a form of escapism for individuals and communities in Scotland who were otherwise marginalised within society.

Football supporters identify with the clubs and national grand that they follow and can even view them as a symbol of their own identify. In different parts of the world today where tensions within communities have led to intolerance and hostility, problems teaks ting to racism and sectarianism have often manifested within the game itself. Football, however, can also represent positive aspects of society and culture.
At its very best, the global game is a celebration of humanity, community, and diversity.

The Clubs Gallery in association with Scottish Power

From Celtic to Cowdenbeath and from Albion Rovers to Aberdeen, the Club’s Gallery, within the Scottish Football Museum, provides a dedicated place for all 42 senior football clubs registered with the Scottish Premier League and Scottish Football League. A shirt from each club is proudly displayed within the exhibition space accompanied with a brief history including notable milestones. Record crowds, record victories and notable trophy successes from years gone by will provide a touch of nostalgia to the supporters of each club.

Opening Hours
Open Seven Days
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm
Sun 11am-5pm
(subject to events – see Opening Restrictions)
How to Get Here
Public Transport information

By Rail
The stadium is a five minute walk from Mount Florida Station and King’s Park Station. Trains to both stations run from Glasgow central. Please call National Rail enquiries on 08457 484 950 for further information.

By Bus
First Glasgow operate the following bus services from the city centre on a regular basis:
5 / 7 / 12 / 31 / 66 / 75. Please call Traveline on 0871 200 2233 for further information.

For more travel information click here.

Prices
Museum Admission:
Adults £8.00
Under 16/Concessionary Rate £3.00
Children under 5 Free

Stadium Tour:
Adults £8.00
Under 16/Concessionary Rate £3.50
Children under 5 Free

Stadium Tour & Museum:
Adults £13.00
Under 16/Concessionary Rate £5.00
Children under 5 Free

Family Ticket:
(2 adults & 2 children)
Stadium Tour & Museum £30.00
Museum visit only £20.00
Stadium Tour only £20.50

For more information on pricing click here.

Open 7 Days subject to restrictions, view our Opening Restrictions
22 December 2018
No afternoon tours running due to Queen's Park v E
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24 December 2018
No 2pm or 3pm stadium tours, and Museum closing at
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25 December 2018
Museum closed, and no tours available.
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