Glenbow Museum

Glenbow Museum is an art museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, showcasing art, culture, and history from around the world.

The Glenbow Museum, Alberta is an interactive and educational museum located in downtown Calgary. Visitors can explore the museum's extensive collection of artwork, artifacts, and photographs of Alberta's history.

The museum offers a variety of activities and exhibits, including permanent and temporary galleries, interactive displays, and educational programs. The permanent galleries include the First Nations, Métis and Inuit Gallery, the History Gallery, the Art Gallery, and the Military Gallery. Visitors can also explore the museum's library and archives, which contain a vast collection of books, documents, and photographs.

The museum also offers a variety of interactive activities and programs, including hands-on exhibits, guided tours, and workshops. Visitors can explore the museum's collection through self-guided tours, special events, and educational activities.

The museum also hosts a variety of special events, including lectures, workshops, and film screenings. In addition, the museum offers a variety of educational programs, including field trips and summer camps.

Finally, the museum offers a variety of services, including a gift shop, restaurant, and a cafe. The gift shop offers a variety of souvenirs, books, and gifts. The restaurant and cafe offer a variety of snacks and drinks.

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Facilities at Glenbow Museum

  • Permanent and rotating exhibits
  • Art galleries
  • Educational programs
  • A library and archives
  • A gift shop
  • Interactive displays
  • A café
  • Special events
  • Lectures and workshops
  • Public tours
  • Movie screenings
  • A research centre
  • Summer camps
  • Free admission for members