The City Art Centre began life in the late 1800s as the offices of The Scotsman newspaper. In 1979 it was converted into a ... More
City Art Centre
The City Art Centre began life in the late 1800s as the offices of The Scotsman newspaper. In 1979 it was converted into a gallery and today makes a fantastic educational trip for both adults and kids. From Star Trek to contemporary photography, the exhibitions are modern, fun and populist. Temporary exhibitions are often on show, with an emphasis on 19th and 20th century Scottish art. Refreshments are served in the licensed cafe and souvenirs can be bought in the gallery shop.
Generally accepted as Scotland's 'Best Gallery' for contemporary art, the Fruitmarket should not be missed. It was converted into a
museum by architect Richard Murphy in 1992. It is conveniently located in the center of town and adjacent to ...
Holiday Inn Express City Centre is located in the Theatreland district, within walking distance of Princes Square, and approximately 13
miles from Glasgow International Airport. This location is also within walking distance of the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and ...
A warm, fun atmosphere and helpful, friendly staff make this centre a real treat for the uninitiated and experienced brass
rubber. Celtic designs and informative guides provide artistic inspiration and easy to use kits are available to get you ...
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