Glasgow Tourist Information & Visitor Guide
Glasgow features some of the finest and most imposing examples of 19th century architecture in Scotland. From the West End to the City Chambers, Glasgow is awash with a variety of museums, galleries and cultural hotspots. A great choice of clubs, cafes and restaurants compliment a vibrant nightlife and with some excellent shops, Glasgow is a good all-year-round destination.
- Museum of Transport - tells the fascinating story of transport by land and sea in a unique Glasgow way
- The Mackintosh House - a reconstruction of the principal interiors from the Glasgow home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh
- People's Palace - a delightful social history museum where you can find out how the people of Glasgow lived from 1750 until the present day
- The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour - The last of only 5 Clydebuilt sailing vessels still afloat in the world, the Glenlee was launched in December 1896
- The Tenement House - a fascinating time capsule giving a glimpse of the days when many if not most Glaswegians lived in tenement blocks.
- Kelvingrove for Kids - a place of magic and wonderment for children of all ages with themes ranging from dinosaurs to the ancient Egyptians
- The Lighthouse - futuristic complex comprising IMAX, Science Mall, Glasgow Tower, Planetarium and Virtual Science Theatre
Plan your visit to Glasgow
- Glasgow Hotels - view and choose a place to stay in Glasgow
- Glasgow Short Breaks - for short break ideas and offers