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2060 Pollokshaws Road
In 1944, Sir William Burrell gifted the city his obsessive stockpile of art treasures, all of which were amassed during his prodigious lifetime. There is an amazing array of ...
In 543 CE, Glasgow's patron saint, St Mungo, founded this cathedral on the site of a Christian burial ground. It is Scotland's oldest medieval church and now houses the Church of Scotland ...
62 Albion Street
Arta is Glasgow's most stunning venue for a night out. It is comprised of several bars, a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine and tapas and a courtyard and ...
28 Gibson Street
Located a mere stone's throw from Glasgow University , you can find what is almost monotonously described as the best bar food in the city for around a fiver. The menu at Stravaigin is subject to ...
165 Howard Street
The Guinness Book of Records has accredited this shop as the largest single menswear store in the world, but from the small street entrance it's impossible to tell what lies inside ...
Kelvingrove Gallery was built to house the 1901 International Exhibition. This red sandstone building still provokes strong reactions today and most people in Glasgow either decidedly ...
119 Sauchiehall Street
Although lacking the prestige and elaborate decor of its peers, low prices more than compensate for this department store's sartorial shortcomings. The premises are ...
100 Buchanan Street
Witness an erupting volcano or rocket launches, swim through tropical storms or dodge a water-spraying serpent at this fun pool and leisure center. The ice skating rink is ...
25 Queen Street
Reputedly Scotland's largest nightclub, this is a mammoth place with three floors and a designer decor, so there are plenty of corners to sit and sulk in. At the very top of the ...
Situated in the south side of Glasgow, the Busby Equitation Centre is a member of the Association of British Riding Schools and the Pony Club. It provides private and group ...