Europe's largest reference library takes its name from the tobacco tycoon, Stephen Mitchell. Founded in 1874 and open to ... More
Europe's largest reference library takes its name from the tobacco tycoon, Stephen Mitchell. Founded in 1874 and open to the public since 1911, it now houses over 1,000,000 books and documents. Wander around the spacious rooms and admire the celebrated dome. There is a huge selection of aerial photography covering most of Glasgow and it's an excellent place to visit if you are interested in the city's history. The famous Mitchell Theatre is part of the same complex.
The late Victorian Tenement House contains a first floor flat and ground floor exhibition area offering visitors a memorable trip
to the past. Agnes Toward lived in the four room flat from 1911 to 1965 and the conditions and ...
A throwback to the Empire and Glasgow's prominence within it, the impressive City Chambers border the central George Square on
the east side. Intrigued? The local council offer free guided tours around their grand HQ at 11.30am and 2.30pm ...
Founded in 1888 and nicknamed "Paradise," Celtic Park holds over 60,000 rowdy football fans, rooting for or against the home
team, the Celtic Football Club. The green and white team battles some of the top football clubs in the ...
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