The Museum of Piping, situated in the Piping Centre in Glasgow, is one of the most visited attractions that Scotland takes pride in. It houses the National Museum of Scotland’s fine collection of bagpipes, thereby making it the most outstanding and authoritative display of its kind. These priceless collections are presented in a lively, audio visual format that is just as entertaining as it is enlightening. There is commentary of five languages and the folklore will have the viewer, without doubt, captured in an instant.
The Museum is beautifully managed by Miss Gemma Laidlaw. Admission prices are fair for adults, children and pensioners. The location of the museum is perfect, because one is within range to view other exhibits that would capture the eye. This museum, owed to its uniqueness and its distinct features makes for a great place for one to visit. Drinks and refreshments are also served within the centre, a good place to reflect on the beauty of art the museum has to offer.