The Scotland-wide Festival of Museums will offer everything from fairytales for a young audience to an evening of music and dance.
The Gallery of Modern Art will tomorrow offer visitors the chance to explore an enchanted forest.
Gallery three will allow visitors to make, explore and discover an ever changing space where creative fun and ideas will flourish.
The gallery will provide materials and storyteller Alan Steel will be around all day inspiring young people to write their own enchanted forest stories.
More details are available from 0141 287 3050 or from GoMABookings@glasgowlife.org.uk
Once Upon a Time in Kelvingrove, on Sunday, offers the chance to spend the afternoon in a land full of fairytales.
A court jester will be on hand and you can try out some circus skills and handle real arms and armour.
There will be a falconry display and the opportunity to take part in the gallery's story of Sleeping Beauty. Events are suitable for children aged between four and eight.
For more information, contact Kelvingrove on 0141 276 9599 or KGLearning@ glasgowlife.org.uk.
Beasts at the Burrell, tomorrow, will be a wild day inspired by animals real and imagined.
A mini, petting zoo will be set up inside the gallery and outside there will be Clydesdale horse dray rides, falconry demonstrations and a friendly Highland cow.
For more information contact 0141 287 2550 or email BurellL&A@glasgowlife. org.uk.
The Magical World of Mackintosh, at Scotland Street School tomorrow, explores Charles Rennie Mackintosh's designs afresh in an event inspired by his love of nature and fairytales.
There will be the chance to uncover the hidden symbols and stories of the museum, including live theatre, storytelling, interactive tours and a mosaic project. For more information contact 0141 287 0500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Sunday, the People's Palace and Winter Gardens remembers 1952, when the then Princess Elizabeth was crowned Queen at Westminster Abbey.
Visitors can step back in time to her coronation, meet 1950s characters, enjoy live music and learn some moves from old time dancers.
Call the People's Palace on 0141 276 0788 or contact PalaceBookings@ glasgowlife.org.uk.
Tomorrow, you can delve into the history of Provands Lordship, Glasgow's oldest house, with the help of three professional storytellers.
For more information contact 0141 276 1625 or mungobookings@glasgowlife. org.uk.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art is staging the adult only event, Elation, tomorrow night.
It involves a theatre presentation where visitors will be surrounded by a sea of sound, live drumbeats, dancers and choral voices.
For more information phone 0141 276 1625 or contact email@example.com.