Sightseeing

  • Designed by the internationally renowned artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904, Glasgow's Willow Tea Rooms allow you to step inside Art Deco beauty over afternoon tea.

    Willow Tea Rooms

    Designed by the internationally renowned artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1904, Glasgow's Willow Tea Rooms allow you to step inside Art Deco beauty over afternoon tea.
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  • Glasgow Cathedral is a majestic piece of ancient architecture and the finest building of the 1200's now surviving in mainland Scotland, standing in the heart of Glasgow.

    Glasgow Cathedral

    Glasgow Cathedral is a majestic piece of ancient architecture and the finest building of the 1200's now surviving in mainland Scotland, standing in the heart of Glasgow.
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  • The Necropolis is a Victorian garden cemetery full of wonderful architecture, sculpture and fascinating stories.

    Glasgow Necropolis

    The Necropolis is a Victorian garden cemetery full of wonderful architecture, sculpture and fascinating stories.
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  • The Hunterian Art Gallery is home to The Mackintosh House, a painstaking reconstruction of the interiors from the Glasgow home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

    The Mackintosh House

    The Hunterian Art Gallery is home to The Mackintosh House, a painstaking reconstruction of the interiors from the Glasgow home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
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  • The Titan Crane is a century-old crane that has been transformed into a museum, lookout point over Glasgow and bungee venue!

    Titan Crane

    The Titan Crane is a century-old crane that has been transformed into a museum, lookout point over Glasgow and bungee venue!
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  • The Duke of Wellington statue, almost always with a bright orange traffic cone on his head, is a Glasgow icon. You can’t possibly visit Glasgow without taking a trip to see The Duke!

    The Duke of Wellington Statue

    The Duke of Wellington statue, almost always with a bright orange traffic cone on his head, is a Glasgow icon. You can’t possibly visit Glasgow without taking a trip to see The Duke!
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  • The Lighthouse is a visitor centre & exhibition space in the heart of Glasgow. Take a tour, have a snack & enjoy some Mackintosh architecture!

    The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse is a visitor centre & exhibition space in the heart of Glasgow. Take a tour, have a snack & enjoy some Mackintosh architecture!
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  • All aboard for a nostalgic trip on the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world! Day, afternoon and evening cruises available from May to August.

    Waverley Paddle Steamer

    All aboard for a nostalgic trip on the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world! Day, afternoon and evening cruises available from May to August.
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  • Situated in the heart of Glasgow, the National Piping Centre is a piping school with rehearsal rooms and Auditorium, which houses the Museum of Piping, a reference library, Pipers Tryst restaurant and a hotel.

    The National Piping Centre

    Situated in the heart of Glasgow, the National Piping Centre is a piping school with rehearsal rooms and Auditorium, which houses the Museum of Piping, a reference library, Pipers Tryst restaurant and a hotel.
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  • Taking a sightseeing bus tour of Glasgow is absolutely the best, and probably the most fun way to see the city.

    Glasgow Bus Tour

    Taking a sightseeing bus tour of Glasgow is absolutely the best, and probably the most fun way to see the city.
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