KELVINGROVE Art Gallery and Museum is open from today following a temporary closure during COP26.

The popular Glasgow tourist attraction reopened at 10am today after being closed since Thursday, October 28.

A spokesperson said: "The museum reopened Monday 15 November, following the temporary closure to support the delivery of COP26. 

"The team look forward to welcoming you back."

During COP26, the museum was shut for more than two weeks to 'support the delivery' of the UN climate talks.

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It did, however, welcome guests on Monday, November 1, when delegates, world leaders and members of the royal family attended a dinner reception at the venue, hosted by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

For the duration of COP26, many other tourist attractions closed in the city, including Kelvin Hall and Kelvingrove Lawn Bowls and Tennis Centre, which have reopened already and The Riverside Museum, due to reopen tomorrow.

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According to usual visiting hours, Kelvingrove will be open 10am-5pm every Monday to Thursday and on Saturdays and 11am-5pm on Fridays and Sundays.

The museum has also announced that they no longer require visitors to pre-book tickets.