Close Attractions

Mackintosh at the Willow Tearooms


Mrs Cranstons tearooms are famous in the city centre and definitely a must see for CRM fans - all offer superb lunches and afternoon teas. The Sauchiehall street tea rooms - the original - has recently undergone extensive restoration in a bid to return the building to its former glory as it was, when opened in 1903. The Salon de Luxe is exquisite and unforgettable. 


Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum


The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum opened in 1901- the architecture is stunning and there is a wide collection of important treasures.It has been one of Scotland's most popular visitor attractions.Entrance is free and there are daily tours and organ recitals.


Glasgow Botanical Gardens


these are located in the fashionable West end and feature several glass houses, the most notable being the Kibble Palace.


SECC


the SEC Centre is Scotlands largest exhibition and conference hall and probably best known for hosting concerts and shows. It is a 15 minute walk from 15Glasgow through fashionable Finnieston.


Glasgow University


founded in 1451, it is one of the four Scottish ancient universities. the campus also includes the Hunterian Art Gallery with the Mackintosh House and a large collection of Whistler artwork.


Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel


A wonderful large collection of cars, trams, buses, motor bikes giving an insight to the history of Glasgow and located on the banks of the river Clyde. Again free to enter.


Glasgow Cathedral


Glasgow Cathedral or St Mungo's Cathedral, is the oldest cathedral on mainland Scotland and is the oldest building in Glasgow. The adjoining Necropolis is a 37 acre Victorian cemetry where 50 thousand individuals have been buried.