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Things to Do in Glasgow, Scotland

Firmly rooted on the banks of River Clyde, Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland is abound with art, rich culture, quirky museums, outstanding architecture and soulful music.
Sonali Pimpale Apr 26, 2024

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Be spellbound by the Glasgow Cathedral, the epitome of medieval architecture.

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The remarkable Gothic church is the sole one on the Scottish mainland to withstand the Reformation in 1560 unscathed.

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The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a work of art inside and out!

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Explore a mix of prehistoric relics, Scottish armory, and masterpieces by Dali and Monet.

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Meet a stormtrooper at Riverside Museum! Vintage vehicles and interactive exhibits offer a journey through Glasgow's history.
Walk amidst elaborate tombs at the Glasgow Necropolis. The beautiful Victorian cemetery is the burial place of quite a few of Glasgow’s elite society.
Sip and savor at Clydeside Distillery! Enjoy Scotch whisky and artisan chocolate on a tour, a perfect pairing for a flavorful adventure.

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While away a lazy afternoon at the picturesque Kelvingrove Park.
If you cannot sit still, you can head towards the tennis courts or try your hand at skating.

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Get ready for fun at Glasgow Science Centre! Explore space, watch cool movies at the IMAX, and play with interactive stuff. It's super fun for kids and families!
Get up close to Highland cattle at the scenic Pollok Country Park.

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The vast 360 acres of woodlands of the Pollok Country Park is the home of the majestic Pollok HouseThe Burrell Collection of art, and plenty of walking trails.

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Get a free guided tour to admire the opulence of the Glasgow City Chambers, the headquarters of the Glasgow City Council.

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Experience the religious tolerance of Scotland at the St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life & Art.
The only public museum in the world devoted to religion is rife with displays and relics dedicated to the religions across the world.