The latest to come, from the British Museum, in London, will appeal to a diverse range across the population and represents a coup for Glasgow.
It will be the first time these Egyptian artefacts have been seen outside London and is an example of how museums can share resources to ensure they reach as wide an audience as possible.
Treasures that belong to the country should not be kept in London, or Edinburgh, and must be more widely available.
The Titian painting Diana and Actaeon was a massive success when it was loaned to Glasgow following calls from the Evening Times and politicians.
Kelvingrove has proved its versatility and widespread appeal by hosting special exhibitions from Kylie Minogue costumes and Dr Who to The Scottish Colourists and the Glasgow Boys.
Thousands more will doubtless be eager to see the Pharaoh: King of Egypt exhibition, a unique opportunity to see history from one of the world's oldest civilisations.
Another one of the many reasons why Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum deserves its place as one of the best and most popular attractions in the UK