Fascinating museums, shopping, and popular sights from George Square to Gallery of Modern Art—explore Glasgow, a destination also known for its theaters.
Shopping, Museums and Live Music
Glasgow's multipurpose events venue attracts the biggest names in entertainment. Come to see a performance or simply to admire the building's design.
The people of Glasgow love their spacious central gathering place, which is full of statues and surrounded by stately buildings and restaurants.
These buildings that make up one of Scotland’s most important events venues have become iconic sights on the banks of the River Clyde.
This free attraction houses a collection of 8,000 pieces of art and artifacts in no less than 20 themed galleries.
Try some of the hundreds of interactive exhibits, learn about star constellations and watch live science shows at this fun and inspiring attraction with a cinema.
This Gothic cathedral marks the birthplace of the city of Glasgow and is Scotland's finest medieval church, with majestic stained-glass windows.
Explore beautiful Glasgow, known for its rich design and architecture (not to mention its vibrant culture and warm hospitality), on board this double-decker bus.
Celtic Park is one of the biggest football stadiums in Europe, making it the perfect place to learn all about the colourful history and heritage of Celtic Football Club from its inception in 1888.
Although no monsters are alleged to live in Scotland’s largest loch, its “bonny” scenery is sure to keep your attention. Take a day away from city life and uncover the stunning landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and surrounding villages of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Feel like a rock star as you jump to the front of the line for an upbeat, modern experience in the middle of Glasgow's fashion-forward and historic Style Mile. This hotspot houses rare pieces of authentic music memorabilia—from jackets to guitars.
Loch Ness immediately conjures thoughts of its famous inhabitant, the Loch Ness Monster. Learn about the mysteries and myths of this loch, visit various Scottish estuaries, and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Highlands.
Having booked a time that suits, make your own way to the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden, Glasgow. If you think you know the history of Scotland's national football (soccer) stadium, think again.