Glasgow Tower on the River Clyde
Glasgow Tower on the River Clyde

Glasgow Tower on the River Clyde

Have you ever wanted to see Scotland’s largest city from the sky? Glasgow Tower provides visitors with a unique opportunity to do this. Here you can see one of Britain’s largest cities in all of its glory, and feast your eyes upon its magnificent footprint. This unique structure is the world’s only 360-degree rotating structure, and holds the Guinness World Record for the tallest rotating structure in the world, standing at a whopping 127 metres high!

Where is the Glasgow Tower?

The Glasgow Tower and Science Centre is located at Pacific Quay on the Clydeside of the City, along an easy walking path it is 30 minutes walk from the city centre. The area is also heavily serviced by Bus, Rail and Subway links.

Upon visiting the tower, the experience is started on the ground floor, where you will learn all about the history of the city, along with the site where the tower was built on. After this, visitors can take the 2-and-a-half minute journey to the top, where you will enter the tower cabin. Here you can witness unrivalled panoramic views of the city while having the opportunity to zoom in on places of interest. Adult admission to Glasgow Tower starts at £6.50, with concessions available. So what are you waiting for? Come and see Glasgow in all of its Glory, and enjoy an unforgettable day out!

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