Top Attractions

Our amazing city of Glasgow, is one of the most exciting destinations in Scotland and the UK due to its many activities, visitor attractions, fun tours, historical monuments, and endless things to do for every age and interest. As well as listing our favourite attractions below, it is worth asking our friendly staff what’s happening in the city during your stay. Our most visited attractions include:

City Centre Mural Tour

Glasgow has become hugely famous in recent years for its stunning outdoor street art. Enjoy a tour, guided by a local expert of the most iconic pieces of art taking over wall’s city wide. A very popular tour.

Riverside Museum

A super attraction suitable for all the family, it houses the city’s transport and technology collections, highlighting the impact that Glasgow had on the World’s heavy industries including shipbuilding and engineering. Admission is free.

Glasgow Science Centre

Curios minds of all ages cannot get enough of what Glasgow Science Centre has to offer its visitors. It’s a place where you discover that just quite anything is possible in our world, and greater universe. Pre-booking is essential.

Botanic Gardens

We’ve all learned of the importance of mindfulness, taking time out from our stressful lives, and nowhere in Glasgow is more suited to accommodating this than the Botanic Gardens. A place to visit all seasons,.

Scottish Football Museum

Located in Hampden Park, this visitor attraction is a perfect day out for football fans. The museum houses an impressive 40,000 football related pieces of memorabilia that includes trophies, medals, boots, photos and shirts.

Kelvingrove Gallery & Museum

Make sure you allow plenty of time to visit what is possibly Glasgow’s finest Art Gallery & Museum. With over 22 galleries to discover and ongoing temporary exhibitions, it really should be top of your list. Admission is free.

Gallery of Modern Art

Located in the beautiful Royal Exchange Square, this gallery (GoMA is one of the most visited in Scotland due to its extensive collection of contemporary and modern art. Admission is free.

Glasgow Necropolis

For something completely different and historical, the Necropolis is a 37-acre cemetery that commands to be seen. It’s amazing architecture and fascinating stories are waiting to be heard.

Shopping in Glasgow

It’s a big ask to try and condense the vast array of shopping options into a few sentences. In Glasgow you’ve got endless choices for shopping including high street favourites, independent shops, vibrant shopping centres and out of town outlet malls. There is no shortage of places to splash the cash.

Glasgow Cathedral

This medieval building built in the 1100’s will take your breath away. Self-guided and guided tours are available most days, however it is worth checking in advance for availability. Admission is free, donations welcome.