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Things To Do and Places to Visit

Steeped in history and with so many architectural masterpieces, places of natural and historical interest you wont be short of things to do in Glasgow.

Explore the many Musuems and Galleries in Glasgow, housing some of the world's most inspiring, interesting and valuable pieces of work.

Relax and enjoy some of the leafy green areas of the city, west end and merchant city, strolling around or taking a picnic in one of the many parks and botanical gardens, or alongside the Clyde, famed for its shipbuilding heritage.

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Beauty Kitchen

The perfect place to create or purchase a range of natural beauty products, 100% local and natural - all hand made to your own requirements

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Riverside Museum

Glasgow's famous Museum of Transport is now at this spectacular building on the banks of the River Clyde, with the Tall Ship moored alongside.

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Sweeneys Cruises at Loch Lomond

Sweeney's Cruises is a family-run business and has been operating boats on Loch Lomond for over 100 years. Enjoy a cruise in style and comfort.

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Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow - GOMA

Gallery of Modern Art

GoMA offers a thought-provoking programme of temporary exhibitions and workshops, featuring work by local, national and international artists.

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The Burrell Collection Glasgow, credited to www.museumsgalleriesscotland.org.uk

Burrell Collection

The Burrell Collection in the heart of Pollok Country Park, this award-winning building houses a unique collection in a beautiful woodland setting.

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Trongate 103

Glasgow's premier art resource centre. The place to see art, make art, enjoy art and to develop and enhance creative interests and abilities.

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Glasgow Art Club

The Glasgow Art Club

Imagine this beautiful establishment as the place you hold your wedding, anniversary dinner, birthday celebration or simply to take time out.

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Glasgow Science Centre

“Play for the day, learn for a lifetime!” Come to Glasgow Science Centre, one of Scotland's leading attractions, for a day out you will never forget!

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Oran Mor

Enjoy fine food, drink and entertainment at the iconic Oran Mor, in the heart of Glasgow's West End.

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Rabbie's Small Group Tours

Welcome to Rabbie’s multi-award winning small group tour programme to Scotland and the north of England.

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Glasgow Necropolis

50,000 burials have taken place at the Necropolis and most of the 3,500 tombs have been constructed up to 14 feet deep, with stone walls and brick.

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The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (previously RSAMD)

One of the busiest performing arts venues in the UK with an extensive programme of musical concerts, plays, opera and more.

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Pollock House and Country Park Glasgow

Pollok House

Pollok House is famous for its spectacular collection of paintings collected by one member of the family, Sir William Stirling Maxwell.

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Provand's Lordship Glasgow

Explore Glasgow's oldest house that dates back from the middle ages!

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Glengoyne Distillery

Glengoyne is one of the leading premium malt whiskies in the world. Pay a visit to the place where it all comes together...

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Scotland Street School Museum

Scotland Street Museum

Scotland Street School was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. As a museum it offers an insight on early schooling and on Mackintosh himself.

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House for and Art Lover Glasgow

House for an Art Lover

A truly unique venue designed by the famous Scottish architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Cultural attraction, tourist destination and event venue.

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Kelvingrove Museum

Scotland’s most visited attraction has 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects. Many are free entry.

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The People's Palace and Winter Gardens

The People's Palace tells the story of Glasgow and its people. Marvel at People's Palace, Winter Gardens and the iconic Doulton Fountain.

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The World Famous Barras Market Glasgow

The Barras Market

The Barras is world famous, and well known as the market place to purchase a bargain in the East End of Glasgow.

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the Stand Comedy club Glasgow

The Stand Comedy Club Glasgow

Many performers and critics reckon the Glasgow Stand to be one of the top ten comedy venues in the world - come and find out why.

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Tenement House - NTS

The Tenement House

The Tenement House is a typical Victorian tenement flat of 1892, which retains all its original fittings. Take a nostalgic step back in time!

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The Quay Glasgow

The Quay, Glasgow

Glasgow's leading entertainment destination is home to fantastic restaurants and bars, leisure facilities and a hotel, located on the Clyde waterfront

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St Mungo Museum of Religious Art

St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art Glasgow

Explore the importance of religion in people's lives across the world and across time.

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Arran Aromatics

Arran Aromatics is a haven of beautiful skincare, bath and shower products, fragrances and soaps. Discover it all at Princes Square, Glasgow.

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