Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has a world-class collection of art and artefacts from Natural History to Arms and Armour. Welcoming over one million visitors a year, housed in an iconic red sandstone building that sits next to the beautiful Kelvingrove Park, it’s arguably the top must-see attraction in the city.
Glasgow Cathedral & Necropolis
Glasgow Cathedral is one of the finest examples of medieval architecture that remains in Scotland and adjacent to the Cathedral is the mesmerising Necropolis – a 37-acre cemetery full of wonderful sculptures and fascinating stories.
Glasgow has many quirky, cobbled lanes to explore across the city. In the West, Ashton Lane is lined with a mix of great bars and restaurants. The Hidden Lane in trendy Finnieston offers independent shopping and a quaint tearoom, with pretty multi-coloured frontages. In the city centre near Buchanan Street, keep an eye out for fluorescent lighting and head for Mitchell Lane.
House for an Art Lover
Situated in Bellahouston Park, only 10 minutes from Glasgow City Centre, House for an Art Lover was designed by the famous Scottish architect Charles Rennie McIntosh combining an art gallery, exhibition space, events venue, café and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.