Bishopbriggs is close to many of Greater Glasgow’s more popular attractions. Two destinations that should top every visitor’s list is the fascinating Provand's Lordship and the iconicatre Royal. Two other interesting attractions that are located close by Bishopbriggs are the Pavilion Theatre and the Botanic Gardens.
Bishopbriggs has a number of museums, exhibits and show venues nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Visit some of the noteworthy exhibit spaces and museums including Hunterian Museum in Glasgow, the Museum of Transport and the People's Palace and Winter Gardens. Arts lovers will find plenty to applaud at venues such as the Kings Theatre Glasgow in Glasgow, the Royal Concert Hall and the Arches Theatre. Popular galleries, include the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art.
If the weather is good, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and appreciate the nearby parks and reserves. Bring a picnic, watch the passing parade, or just relax in the shade at Dawsholm Park in Glasgow.
Greater Glasgow has some noteworthy sights including Lighthouse in Glasgow, Glasgow Cathedral and George Square. For a relaxing change of pace, spend a little time at the area’s most sacred sites, such as the St Vincent Street Church in Glasgow.
To shop for local fashion or enjoy a light meal, set out to visit Buchanan Street in Glasgow, Buchanan Galleries and the St. Enoch Centre.
Spend a few hours with fellow sports fans at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow, cheering on the popular Rangers FC. On match days the stadium becomes a sea of blue, red and white, as local soccer lovers join together to get behind their beloved team.
Finding somewhere suitable to base yourself around Bishopbriggs couldn’t be easier. The Grand Central Hotel, the Hilton Glasgow and the Citizenm Hotel Glasgow are just some of the many great places to stay around here.