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Glasgow has a wealth of interesting activities to offer, but where do you begin?

You could begin with the city’s most famous structures, taking a stroll through the city’s museums and galleries to see everything from
dinosaurs to Dali, as well as a tour of the historic City Chambers and magnificent Glasgow Cathedral, which is located next to The
Necropolis, one of Europe’s most historic cemeteries.

Football enthusiasts will certainly want to see The Hampden Experience, which takes visitors behind the scenes of Scotland’s national
stadium, as well as tours of the world-famous Celtic and Rangers football clubs, which take in each of these historic sports sites.

Mackintosh at the Willow, The Lighthouse, House for an Art Lover, and The Willow Tea Rooms are must-sees for anybody interested in
the unforgettable architecture, furnishings, and style of Glasgow‘s most renowned son. It’s no wonder that, being a university city, the
campuses of such renowned schools are worth seeing, whether it’s Mackintosh’s masterpiece, the Glasgow School of Art, or the
University of Glasgow, which has been characterised as a real-life Hogwart

Families will enjoy the Glasgow Science Centre on the River Clyde, which has interesting exhibits and interactive performances, as well
as the Loch Lomond Aquarium and Snow Factor, all of which are only a short distance from the city.

For something a little different, visit Scotland’s oldest museum, the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, or walk aboard the Tall Ship, a
symbol of Glasgow’s shipbuilding history that is still floating today, or visit Glasgow Tigers Speedway for fast and furious amusement on
two wheels.

Do you want to see more of Scotland? Glasgow is the entrance to Scotland’s magnificent landscapes, with tour companies ready to take
you to the nearby hills, glens and lochs. Enjoy the spectacular scenery.

Whisky enthusiasts will enjoy tours of Glengoyne Distillery and The Clydeside Distillery, while Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery offers a
fascinating insight into Scotland’s oldest brewery’s history and achievements.

To top it off, Glasgow’s attractions are all backed by a fantastic network of tourist transportation-so why not see it all from the comfort of
an open-top tourist bus, getting on and off as often as you like?

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