Glasgow is a beautiful and vibrant old world town with lots of Scottish charm. The ancient streets of Glasgow are home to many attractions for both young and old. Below is a list of five places that are must do’s when you are in the heart of this historic city.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery – is one of Glasgow’s finest art museums and home to a staggering number of exhibits. Free to the public, this gallery is host to more than 8000 objects and over 22 independently theme galleries. There is surely something for everyone here in this museum. It is located at Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG, Scotland.
The Pollok Country Park – is a place of wonder and will give you a taste of Glasgow’s humble beginnings. Set up like a traditional country estate, this park is home to many gardens and walking paths. The park even has its own maze. This is a working park and they even have several highland cattle which roam the grounds. The park is located at 2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G43 1AT, Scotland.
City Chambers – is another historic site that has been in Glasgow since 1888 and is one of the most beautiful architectural buildings in the city. Still used today by the city government. Tourists are welcome to join a free tour that is held weekdays at 10:30am and again at 2:30pm. The Chambers is located at 80 George Square, Glasgow G2 1DU, Scotland.
The Glasgow Cathedral – is by far one of the most beautiful places to visit in Glasgow and has served the resident for more than 800 years. Built in 1500 this cathedral is open to visitors on 9:30am during the week and 1pm on Sunday. You can find this beautiful church on Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0RH, Scotland.
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall – is another great place to see in Glasgow and if you are in town why not take in a show at their many concerts held monthly. The ticket prices are really reasonable. The hall is located at 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow Scotland.