The top 10 places to visit in Glasgow

  1. Visit Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery

    This beautiful museum and art gallery contains some of the UK’s best examples of British and European Art.
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  2. Glasgow Cathedral -

    The present building was consecrated in 1197. Since that same period the Cathedral has never been unroofed and the worship of God has been carried out within its walls for more than 800 years.
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  3. Botanic Gardens –

    The Botanic Gardens is internationally renowned for its impressive glass houses and extensive tropical and temperate plant collections from around the world.
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  4. Glasgow City Chambers and George Square –

    Glasgow City Chambers is situated on the Eastern side of George Square and is arguably one of Glasgow’s most beautiful buildings. It was built in the late 1800’s and externally is an interpretation of Renaissance Classicism incorporating Italianate designs.
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  5. The Burrell Collection –

    The Burrell Collection is an award-winning building that houses a unique collection of art and historical pieces in a beautiful woodland setting.
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  6. Glasgow Green – The Peoples Palace & Winter Gardens

    Glasgow Green is Glasgow’s largest park at 129 acres and has been the location of many events over the last 300 years.  Sitauted in the Green is the recently restored Winter Gardens with its exotic palms and plants and the Peoples Palace, telling the story of the people and city from 1750.
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  7. Glasgow Science Centre -

    The Science centre houses over 300 interactive exhibits, has a planetarium and also boasts an IMAX cinema and the Glasgow Tower, standing at 127m.
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  8. The Lighthouse -

    It is the national centre for architecture and design, with world class exhibits, displays and events .  It houses the award winning Mackintosh centre and Mackintosh tower – with stunning city views.  You can relax with something to eat and drink in the stylish rooftop cafe/bar.
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  9. The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour

    The Tall ship is open all year round with events and activities for children.  It offers a chance to board one of the last remaining Clydebuilt ships, c 1896
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  10. The Willow Tearooms -

    Designed by the world famous Charles Rennie MacKintosh , the tearooms include many of the original features including the Room de Luxe and Gallery room. A must for any MacKintosh fans.
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