Things to do in Glasgow

South Side

The Destiny Centre is located just south of the River Clyde. The area is characterised by attractive residential streets and lush parkland such as Bellahouston Park and Pollok Country Park. Bellahouston features Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover, while Pollok Country Park is home to the world famous Burrell Collection, the grandeur of Pollok House, and even some highland cattle.

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glasgow cathedral

City Centre

In addition Glasgow’s City Centre has many art galleries and museums - St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art is located next to St Mungo’s Cathedral. This is the UK’s only museum which celebrates the many religions of the world. And once you’re finished with culture why not pop down to Princess Square for a spot of lunch and some retail therapy!

West End

The Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is one of the world’s most renowed public galleries and is situated in the heart of the fashionable West End. It houses the city’s principal collection of paintings and is Scotland’s most frequently visited free attraction. The collection includes Salvador Dali’s painting Christ of St. John of the Cross. In addition the quirky boutiques and gift shops along Byres Road and Ashton Lane are not to be missed!

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Accommodation in Glasgow

The city has to offer a vast selection of accommodation. In the City Centre you can find a great choice of hotels with a wide range of prices. In addition there are high standard and affordable options available in the vicinity of the Destiny Centre in South Side.

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City Centre

Radisson SAS Hotel 0141 204 3333
Millennium Hotel Glasgow 0141 332 6711
Malmaison Glasgow 0141 572 1000

South Side

Sherbrooke Castle Hotel 0 141 427 4227
McKever Hotels Ltd 0141 419 1919