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123 things to do in Glasgow

Glasgow is the most popular city in Scotland, and the fourth most popular city in the whole of the UK so it is no surprise to know there are over 100 hundred tourist attractions and fun filled activities that will suit everyone’s interests.

One thing Glasgow is known for is it’s sightseeing opportunities, you could head to the Princes Square Shopping Centre, this 19th century was once booming with trade in the Merchant city area, it is also located on Buchanan street which itself has numerous high end shops.

Another thing that is embedded in the culture of Glasgow is football, it is divided by two of the worlds biggest football clubs Rangers and Celtic, tours of both Ibrox stadium and Celtic park are highly recommended as it will take you deep into the rich success of both clubs.

If you are looking to dive more into the history of Glasgow itself there are many museums on offer that will provide you with just that. One of many is the award winning Glasgow’s history at Riverside Museum. This particular museum is full of immersive displays and exhibits all round.

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Calling all history lovers! Have you ever wanted to learn more about Glasgow’s Shipbuilding heritage? Well then, look no further than the Fairfield Heritage. This fantastic museum acts as a celebration of the Govan area of …

For a family day out that will entertain the children while out travelling. The Glasgow Science Centre was built for this exact reason. Specifically to entertain children, teaching them all about science and technology. There is …