Hugely popular with families the Glasgow Science Centre is a 30 minute walk from the city centre. It’s a place of wonder for people of all ages and is just such an enjoyable and educational day out for everyone.
One of Glasgow’s most beautiful free attractions, the Botanic Gardens offers a place to escape from it all for as long as you need. Enjoy a stroll through the woodland areas, exotic plant collections and the famous Kibble Place.
It may surprise you to know that Glasgow Cathedral is one of the most visited attractions in Glasgow. Whether you are a tourist or visiting for private prayer, you will be mesmerised by this most striking building that dates back to the 12th century. Highly recommended.
The outdoor Glasgow art scene is alive and kicking, with amazing pieces of art adorning several of the city’s buildings to form the City Centre Mural Trail. The link here will bring you to a self-guide map.
Glasgow has always had a rich and diverse music heritage and also became the UK’s first UNESCO City of Music.
The idea of a superb night out in Glasgow is possibly one of the main reasons to visit. Plenty to choose from.
You could literally spend days visiting some of the most wonderful museums and galleries during your stay