There are lots of things to do when visiting Glasgow. Here are just a few!

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

A favourite amongst locals and visitors. Explore the art galleries and exhibits on a rainy day. It’s free and open daily!

Glasgow Cathedral

Dating back to the early 12th, it is a stunning example of Medieval architecture. The cathedral is the oldest building in Glasgow. A great way to explore the historic buildings of ‘old’ Glasgow.

Glasgow Necropolis

The city of the dead. This Victorian cemetery is full of wonderful architecture and fascinating stories. You get beautiful views over the city too.

The Riverside Museum

In 2013 if was named European Museum of the year. Here you see the transport of Glasgow throughout the years. It’s free too!

The Tenement House

A Tenement frozen in time. Imagine living in Glasgow in the early 20th Century. Bedsits, a coal-fired kitchen range to a jar of plum jam dating back to 1929, you name it, it’s got it.

Glasgow Central Tours

Go behind the scenes of Glasgow Central Train Station. It’s steeped in history and the architecture is beautiful. A great opportunity to hear the stories of the station.