Major Glasgow Life venues including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Riverside Museum will close during the summit


Major Glasgow Life venues are expected to be closed during the COP26 summit.

Patrons have confirmed that the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Riverside Museum will be closed while the eco-conference takes place next month.


Kelvingrove will be closed during COP26Credit: PA
The Riverside Museum will also be closed


The Riverside Museum will also be closedCredit: Alamy

Nearby roads are expected to be locked as thousands flock to the Glasgow SEC for the massive climate change event.

The Riverside Museum will close on October 23 and is not expected to reopen until November 15.

Meanwhile, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will be closed from October 28 to November 14.

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The nearby Lawn Bowls and Tennis Center will be closed briefly at the start of the conference – Kelvin Hall is also closed from October 28 to November 1.

He intervenes in the midst of major strike plans and industrial action in Glasgow during COP26.

Binmen has confirmed plans to come out en masse as the summit goes on in a row on wages.

The city could face a trash chaos as world leaders descend on the SEC amid a dispute between unions and local government.

And a national rail union yesterday also confirmed its intention to strike for the duration of the conference.

RMT Scotland organizer Michael Hogg revealed this morning that there could be no ScotRail service across the country if demands are not met.

Railroad bosses have offered workers a pay hike – but Mr Hogg said the offer was “rotten” and a “kick in the teeth” because of the planned efficiency cuts that are included .

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