Glasgow Attractions

If you’re looking for the top must see Glasgow Attractions, you have come to the right place. Join us whilst we explore some of Glasgow’s top attractions, including famous landmarks like Glasgow Cathedral and stunning architecture like The Lighthouse. Expect everything from beautiful historic sites to exciting one of a kind adventures.

Glasgow Cathedral


First up we have Glasgow Cathedral, a gorgeous mediaeval building located in Glasgow city on Castle Street. The Cathedral in Glasgow is a parish church of the Church of Scotland and one of the oldest buildings in the whole of Glasgow city. A great Glasgow attraction if you’re wanting to explore stunning architecture.

The Necropolis


Next up we have one of the most famous Glasgow attractions, The Necropolis. Here lies a gorgeous Victorian cemetery, well-known for its stunning historic stones and greenery. The Necropolis lay on a hill overlooking Glasgow city with spectacular views, a fab location to enjoy a walk.

George Square and the Merchant District

George Square and the Merchant District

Another popular attraction is Glasgow’s George Square, a well-known location in Scotland where live events take place such as bag piping events and even Christmas events. Within Georges Square you will find many significant statues and monuments which are dedicated and represent famous Scottish citizens. A great place to enjoy the fresh air.

Riverside Museum


The Riverside Transportation Museum in Glasgow is one of the most popular Glasgow attractions. The Museum houses over 3,000 objects including everything from skateboards to cars, to locomotives as well as paintings, prams and many other incredible objects for display. If you’re interested in transportation or looking for a fun family day out it’s a great choice.

Glasgow Science Centre


Next on our list of Glasgow attractions is the Glasgow Science Centre, an ideal place to enjoy a fun-filled family day out. Here you will find an array of creative science and technology displays, workshops, showsm activities and an IMAX cinema! A fantastic place to feel inspired by science.

Kelvingrove Art and Gallery Museum

Kelvingrove Art and Gallery Museum

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery is a stunning venue and a popular hotspot for Glasgow visitors as well as Glasgow locals. Inside you will find up to 22 incredible galleries ranging from ancient Egypt to animals and more! A beautiful architectural building for you and your friends to enjoy.

Kibble Palace and Glasgow Botanic Gardens


Next we have Kibble Palace and Glasgow Botanic Gardens, an iconic attraction to enjoy the fresh air whilst exploring wildlife anytime of the year. With over 9000 different plants, beautiful glasshouses, tropical gardens and the stunning River Kelvin you are sure to have a relaxing, enjoyable day out.

Glasgow School of Art


The Glasgow School of Art is an incredible piece of architecture to go and discover on a tour around the building. It’s such a stunning and unique building where students flee to enjoy the selection of networking available such as artists, designers, architects, writers and musicians from all around the world as well as their fantastic creative spaces around the school.

The Lighthouse


Last but not least we have The Lighthouse, another on the list of famous Glasgow attractions. This lighthouse was known to be ‘Glasgow’s status as UK city Architecture and Design in 1999’ and still remains to this day as a visitor centre as well as a space of exhibitions and events. A popular location in the centre of Glasgow.

Overview of Glasgow Attractions

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