Rangers Museum Opening and More

Rangers Museum Opening and More
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - AUGUST 07: A general view during the Scottish Communities League Cup First Round Match between Glasgow Rangers and East Fife at Ibrox Stadium on August 7, 2012 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Picture by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

The wait is over for Rangers fans. Rangers Museum is now open and ready to accept visitors. Located on the
first floor of Edmiston House, the museum promises an unforgettable experience to its visitors.

The Rangers celebrated their 150th anniversary last year. Definitely, this Scottish football club has a colourful history. It is also considered by many as the most successful football club in Scotland.

In the museum, visitorswill get to know the club from its humble beginnings to where they are right now. Rangers Museum is not only the pride of Glasgow, but of Govan and Scotland as a whole. Its state-of-the-art facility features how the club has grown alongside the city of Glasgow.

The museum has different sections, each with its own unique theme. Glass cases and cabinets showcase artefacts and memorabilia throughout the team’s long history. Rangers fans will also get to enjoy the interactive zones and engaging exhibits.

The museum also welcomes tourists from all over the world. Exhibit interpretations are available in a wide range of languages for different audiences. Also, the museum provides the local community a venue for educational and community engagements.

Those who would like to visit the museum are advised to secure your tickets online ahead of time. This is to make sure that you won’t run out of tickets to the museum. With lots of promotional material right now, fans and supporters are sure to flock in droves.

Thanking the people behind

All of this would not be possible if not for the people who gave their support since day one. The museum sends special thanks to Caroline Mathers and David Mason, among others. They are the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum Director and Club Historian respectively.

Specialist companies also played a huge role in the museum’s completion. Some of these companies are:

  1. Mackinnon Slater
  2. Douglas Bolton AV
  3. Studioarc
  4. Elmwood
  5. CDL Electrical
  6. 3dr
  7. Lightly West
  8. AccessAC
  9. Lightmedium
  10. Heritage Interactive
  11. Ay-Pe
  12. Elkis Lighting

Museum tickets & Lotto

Aside from the Rangers Museum entrance ticket, there are also tickets that include the stadium tour.
Additionally, MyGers members get exclusive discounts to stadium tours. They also earn points when buying
museum and stadium tickets online.

Visitors and tourists can now get their own Rangers FC merchandise from the museum’s gift shop. They can
choose from high-quality products like home and away kits and training gear. Younger kids also have their
own merchandise to choose from.

To help with the museum’s maintenance and development, RYDC has launched a weekly lotto. You can get
tickets at £1a piece. Players have the chance to win the top prize of £2000, second prize of £500, and ten
consolation prizes of £20. All in all, that’s a whopping £2700 in prizes weekly!

And remember, all proceeds will go directly to the museum’s benefit.

For those into sports betting, you can easily bet on the Rangers at your favourite online sports book. Don’t
have a sports book yet? Then smartbettingguide.com can definitely help you out. You can check them out for
a list of the top sports books online right now.

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