Day at the Museum


Hiya babycakes!! How are you!?! Grand, I hope. It has been a crazy week for me, but I am happy it is Friday. The weather has been all over the place too. This is some of the pictures I took at the museum while I was away for the week. I had to break it into groups of pictures to share, as there was just too many photos to show you all at one time. So, we start at the beginning and with the building itself. I had a marvellous time there, I simply adore museums and I hope that you'll enjoy this one too. I'll showcase each section until finished. I took pictures of all kinds of different treasures. And of course, I will be your lovely Dolly hostess (with the mostest) taking you through the Art Gallery/museum (can you tell, I really want to work at a museum!?! haha, I would love it) Hope you Enjoy!! 







{The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a museum and art gallery in Glasgow, Scotland. The building houses one of Europe's great civic art collections. Since its 2003–2006 refurbishment, the museum has been the most popular FREE-TO-ENTER (love free stuff) visitor attraction in Scotland, and the most visited museum in the United Kingdom outside London. Kelvingrove has 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects.
The gallery is located on Argyle Street, in the West End of the city, on the banks of the River Kelvin (opposite the architecturally similar Kelvin Hall, which was built in matching style some years later, after the previous hall had been destroyed by fire). It is adjacent to Kelvingrove Park and is situated immediately beneath the main campus of the University of Glasgow on Gilmorehill.}




{Come to my place, built in a gorgeous Spanish Baroque style with red sandstone...there is plenty room for everyone! ;-)



{My uber grand centre hallway is flanked by original Electroliers and has a massive pipe organ that plays wonderful music for your listening pleasure.}



{Don't mind the hanging heads, they make faces at everyone - it's not you really!}



{Birds flying high, you know how I feel. It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life, for me & I'm feeling good}



{These gigantic and beautiful electroliers are originals, here to light our way, I want one, but I could get fired for swiping them & we wouldn't want that!}




{My beautiful styled ceiling, it's a pesky task getting those spider webs, but somebody's got to do it!!}



{And for getting out of here to feel some breeze, I just hop in my spitfire and fly away or if I'm feeling the need for a stroll in the park, my trusty giraffe friend here takes me along, he's so well behaved that he never moves...never!}




Well, that concludes our tour for today, we will have a short intermission. Refreshments are available in the great centre hall for your enjoyment...feel free to rest or browse around until we resume our journey...thank you!




Haha..a little bit of fun ;-)


Have a marvellous weekend darlings!


Love Loves


♥ 


{All photos taken by ©TimbarikaDoll. All Rights reserved. Please do not use without permission}

54 comments

  1. Brilliant photography, ahhhhhhhhhhhh
    have a lovely weekend.
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  2. The weather is pretty irritating for us over here as well doll, sometimes it rains heavily and in other times the sun can't help but split the trees. The visit to the museum seems like a lot of fun, excellent photos.

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  3. Breathtaking entrance my dear and your pictures are lovely!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  4. soooo magica! so grand! so beautiful!

    loveLOVElove that this museum is free to the public.
    one of my favorite art museums back home was always free for all to enjoy. at the exit was a chance to donate and people did infact donate.
    there have been times in my life i just could not go to a museum that charged admission, because i could in no way afford it.
    that makes me sad.
    having art as an outlet in my life has been a source of sanity, healing and livelihood wich fed my soul and my children.

    thank God for art and to those that let those in who couldn't afford the admission, for it could change a life.
    have a beautiful weekend!
    xo tracie

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  5. oh wow, this place looks gorgeous.

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  6. These are just breathtaking!!! Gorgeous shots, sweetie.

    Have a wonderful weekend! xoxo

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  7. You take amazing pictures ! Really !!

    Hope you liked it *

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  8. some really gorgeous photos you have here.... I want to visit Scotland!

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  9. Thank you for the tour! I could spend hours here...with a short intermission, of course:D Love the hanging heads! Enjoy your weekend:D

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  10. Love the building!! and the hanging faces are quite funny!

    Love,
    PurePreciousPerfection.blogspot.com

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  11. I was in that museum, when i was in Glasgow! It's awesome! Really beautiful!
    Lovely photos, it looks like you had a great time ;)

    Have a wonderful weekend

    x♥x♥

    "Dicas de saúde, beleza, e exercício físico"



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  12. oh my these photos are simply amazing...OH I LOVE art museums! We are going to Italy and I can't wait to visit the museums!

    xoxo
    Aarean

    colorissue.blogspot.com (come on over and enter my fun Ona Bag and Voneshna ring giveaway...I think you'd really like it! Not that I'm bias or anything haha)

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  13. such a fantastic beauty! very interestign and beautiful article! love it!

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  14. I really love the hanging heads photo, looks like you had a really good time!

    -Nico

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  15. This museum looks like a castle. Hard to find places like that here. But I do like it. The hanging faces are both creepy and cool.

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  16. Wow, this place looks AMAZING! A perfect setting for a film. Have a sweet weekend doll! xx

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  17. You're super talented by the way! Like you, I love roaming museums and taking pictures of history. Have a lovely weekend! x

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  18. Even the outside of this museum is gorgeous! I bet it looks even more magnificent in person.

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  19. That museum is gorgeous. And free?! Even better. By the way, love the song 'Feeling Good.' Just choreographed a dance to it for the performing company at my dance studio.

    Amy

    fashionandbeautyfinds.blogspot.com

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  20. Wow, that looks like a really magical place! I love all the details, so amazing!

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  21. Total swoon. These pictures are absolutely gorgeous!!
    Sarah
    www.comingunstitched.com

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  22. The photos are amazing and the museum looks like it would be so much fun!

    Rhe
    rhestyle.com

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  23. i love gorgeous architecture! i would love to visit this museum someday!

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  24. AHHHH fantastic place Kizzy - I am loving the hanging heads - they are cool.
    Happy weekend sweets, may the sun shine on you,
    Ax

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  25. Wonderful pictures!

    Great blog, I'm following!

    xoxo

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  26. great post!

    XXX,

    WMBG
    wiebkembg.blogspot.com

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  27. WOW is this museum gorgeous!!! The ceiling with all the details are absolutely amazing...I could spend hours upon hours just looking at things. And I'd be thrilled to stay for some refreshments and go back :)

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  28. what an amazing place... love the heads in such a traditional environment! Happy weekend!

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  29. hihi love your writing in this post. xo

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  30. It is gorgeous! thanks for sharing. I need to come

    xx

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  31. What an amazing building, have a nice week!
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  32. What a gorgeous museum, and I love that it is free (I think they all really should be free. Art/history should be available to everyone). Those hanging heads are a hoot! :) xxx

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  33. I super super loveee the photography !!!!
    the photos comes out brilliantly !~

    and the museum itselfs look so great ! would love to be there oneday :)

    <3

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  34. honeybeeandmeonline.net16 April 2012 at 03:25

    Lucky girl to live where you do and those photo's are great love the heads hanging...

    xo
    m

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  35. WOW! these photos are really breathtaking and stunning! Thanks so much for making me visit this beautiful museum!

    xx Ivana
    Macarons and Pearls

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  36. amazing photos.. :-)
    i like your blog..
    we can follow each other if you want
    kisses
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  37. These images are incredible & the content of the post is awe inspiring!!!!!!!! Thank you for all of your beautiful words on my blog they mean so much & thank you for all of your wonderful post on this blog it is much needed!!!
    xo
    Darling Bonnie
    thehouseofdarling.blogspot.com

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  38. wow! that place is awsome!!!
    nice blog!
    we can follow each other!
    kisses!
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  39. Wonderful pics! I can never get across how great it looks in my photos! x

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  40. Wow, these pics are gorgeous, it look so lovely there!

    xo Gillie

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