Did you know.... Nelson Mandela praised the "Citizens of Glasgow" for being the first to offer him the Freedom of the City, at a time more than a decade earlier when many others were still condemning him as a terrorist for his role in challenging the system of racial segregation in his home country.
Why not get married in Glasgow?? Our celebrants are very lucky when it comes to the wonderful venues and locations they get to go to work in. Couples who choose to have a Humanist marriage ceremony in Scotland have the freedom to tie the knot anywhere, whether that’s a castle, a beach, a hill top or a city centre hotel, it’s all legal. Read more in the blog post here on getting married in Glasgow...
She was built in 1896 and worked as a cargo ship for over 20 years, circumnavigating the globe four times. The Tall Ship: SV Glenlee is now the only remaining Clyde-built sailing vessel afloat in the UK and is an icon of Glasgow's ship building heritage.
Blending the city's historic feel with the energy and vibe of the Hard Rock brand, Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow is housed in the City's 'Style Mile' at 179 Buchanan Street in the restored, renaissance-inspired, 1891 Athenaeum Theatre.
Fun, excitement and intrigue with free interactive science shows, fun workshops like 'Fingerprinting Fun' and 'Hand's On DNA', the amazing BodyWorks exhibition and three floors of fascinating displays showcasing science and life. Glasgow Science Centre is a world of wonder beside the Clyde where you can...
There are exciting programs of exhibitions and events throughout the year at all of the museums, so go along and be inspired! Glasgow Museums are: The Burrell Collection, Gallery of Modern Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, People's Palace and Winter Gardens, Scotland Street School Museum, St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Provand's Lordship, Riverside Museum, Glasgow Museums Resources Centre
“A fantastic way to travel back in time”. Just 10 minutes walk from the city centre, it’s the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the 1560 Reformation almost entirely intact.
Join City Sightseeing for an entertaining and colorful insight into Glasgow past & present!! Tour highlights include: Botanic Gardens Glasgow Cathedral Glasgow City Chambers Glasgow Science Centre Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery Merchant City Riverside Museum University of Glasgow People's Palace
Go on one of the free tours at City Chambers, one of the city’s most iconic and imposing buildings. Its magnificence tells the story of the wealth and industrial prosperity of the Second City of the Empire. It’s one of the most beautiful civic buildings in the UK and a huge favourite amongst locals and tourists.