Riverside Museum (Glasgow Museum of Transport)
100 Pointhouse Rd, Partick, Glasgow G3 8RS, UK
About Riverside Museum (Glasgow Museum of Transport)
Location of the Glasgow Museum of Transport. It was the European Museum of the Year Award winner in 2013. The notable collections of the museum includes the oldest surviving pedal cycle, and the worlds largest collection of Scottish built cars and trucks.
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