Sightseeing

  • Originally created at the West End Park in 1852, Kelvingrove Park is a classic example of a Victorian Park, and includes 35 points of interest including monuments and beautiful flowers.

    Kelvingrove Park

    Originally created at the West End Park in 1852, Kelvingrove Park is a classic example of a Victorian Park, and includes 35 points of interest including monuments and beautiful flowers.
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    Rating: 4.0/5 (8 votes cast)
  • Named after King George III, George Square is Glasgow’s biggest and most famous central square.  Most celebrations including Christmas, New Year and St Andrews day will be celebrated in George Square in true Glasgow style.

    George Square

    Named after King George III, George Square is Glasgow’s biggest and most famous central square. Most celebrations including Christmas, New Year and St Andrews day will be celebrated in George Square in true Glasgow style.
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    Rating: 4.1/5 (10 votes cast)
  • The Glasgow Science Centre is a brilliant day out for the whole family.  There are 3 main attractions: the Science Mall (containing the Scottish Power planetarium), the Tower, and the IMAX cinema.

    Glasgow Science Centre

    The Glasgow Science Centre is a brilliant day out for the whole family. There are 3 main attractions: the Science Mall (containing the Scottish Power planetarium), the Tower, and the IMAX cinema.
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    Rating: 4.0/5 (8 votes cast)
  • Europe's largest reference library takes its name from the tobacco tycoon, Stephen Mitchell.

    The Mitchell Library

    Europe's largest reference library takes its name from the tobacco tycoon, Stephen Mitchell.
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    Rating: 3.3/5 (7 votes cast)
  • The city of Glasgow very proudly contains a football stadium with 7 tiered levels and 52,000 seats. This stadium is Hampden. Primarily used as the home ground of Queens Park FC, the stadium is probably better known as the home of the Scottish national football team.

    Hampden Park

    The city of Glasgow very proudly contains a football stadium with 7 tiered levels and 52,000 seats. This stadium is Hampden. Primarily used as the home ground of Queens Park FC, the stadium is probably better known as the home of the Scottish national football team.
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    Rating: 3.8/5 (4 votes cast)
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