At the edge of the University of Glasgow campus, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum had everything and was so interesting. There were famous paintings from artist’s I already knew I enjoyed like Dali as well as antique furniture and stained glass. Not to mention the modern art installations which almost seemed to be part of the building and fit right in with the Renaissance sections of the gallery. Not to be overlooked is the university’s Hunterian Museum which is the oldest museum in Scotland and covered anatomy to zoology. What impressed me was the collection of artifacts from Ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome. Walking around the campus you couldn’t help but notice certain corridors and buildings that were used in the filming of one or more of the Harry Potter films.