The original city bus tour takes you around on an open-top double-decker seven days a week. The eighty minute route goes from ... More
The original city bus tour takes you around on an open-top double-decker seven days a week. The eighty minute route goes from Glasgow University in the west end to the Cathedral and Glasgow Green in the east, and a knowledgeable local guide is on hand to explain the sights as you pass them. The buses run all day making frequent stops, and tickets allow you to hop on and off buses as you please so you can use it as a pre-paid taxi service between museums. A bus leaves George Square every half hour.
Set in the attractive Pollok Country Park , this 18th century Palladian mansion houses the Stirling Maxwell collection of paintings.
16th and 17th century art by El Greco, Murillo, William Blake and Goya hang in the museum, whilst 18th ...
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 ...
The Riverside Museum and Tall Ship are two very impressive structures that catch the attention on the banks of the
Clyde. Easily accessible from the motorway, or a quick walk from the subway station. Recently opened in June 2011, ...