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~ TOP ATTRACTIONS IN GLASGOW ~

The thrill of arriving in Glasgow for the first time is not only exhilarating but overwhelming, there is just so much to see and do! Where to begin? The same can be said if you are revisiting Glasgow after some years, so much as changed, and yet little has.

As our hotel is part of the McQuade group of hotels and apartments we have a lot of experience in guiding and advising our guests around where to visit, places to eat and things to do. We are delighted to share our favourites with you and look forward to welcoming you to the Albion Hotel.

THE RIVERSIDE MUSEUM AND TALL SHIP

THE RIVERSIDE MUSEUM AND TALL SHIP

A family favourite, the Riverside Museum and Tall Ship is located at the junction of Rivers Kelvin and Clyde. Here you’ll find an astonishing 3,000 objects from the city’s very well-known collections inside. Open daily, walk ins welcome.

OVO HYDRO in Glasgow

OVO HYDRO

A familiar sight on the Glaswegian skyline, the Ovo Hydro is the stomping ground of A-List acts from around the world who can entertain to more than 14,000 in one venue. It’s an atmosphere to experience like you can’t imagine.

KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY & MUSEUM

KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY & MUSEUM

Leaving our hotel, with the Kelvin River for company, in 20 minutes you arrive by foot at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. A free attraction it is a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend a morning or afternoon in Glasgow. *TIP The Salvador Dalí’s ‘Christ of Saint John of the Cross’, is on loan to the Spanish Gallery, part of The Auckland Project until the end of 2022

GALLERY OF MODERN ART

GALLERY OF MODERN ART

One of the most central museums in Glasgow, ‘GoMA’ is beloved by locals and visitors alike. Inside are four galleries, a library and gallery shop to browse and discover. It features artworks from Scotland and around the world for visitors to enjoy.

ST. MUNGO’S MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART

ST. MUNGO’S MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART

Not an obvious choice of venue for some to visit, yet, St. Mungo’s Museum, otherwise known as the Provand’s Lordship, is an important building and museum in Glasgow. The museum was intended to honour and respect those people of different faiths (and those of none). Certainly, worth the visit if you have time.

GLASGOW CATHEDRAL

GLASGOW CATHEDRAL

Individuals and groups come from everywhere to visit our spectacular Cathedral. Built in the 1100’s it continues to wow visitors with its sheer beauty and elegance. If you are looking for a guided tour, early booking is strongly advised.

GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS

GLASGOW BOTANIC GARDENS

Never to be taken for granted is our cherished Glasgow Botanic Gardens, one of the most visited in Europe. Open daily, this precious park and visitor attraction is open daily for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy some woodland walks, and exotic plant life all in one place. Free entry

GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE

GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE

Celebrating its 21st year educating and entertaining visitors, the Glasgow Science centre has an incredible array of exhibitions, workshops and discovery areas to capture the imaginations of all ages. Highlights include the Bodyworks, Outer space, the Imax and Newton Flight Academy. Tickets must be booked in advance here.

CITY CENTRE MURAL TRAIL

CITY CENTRE MURAL TRAIL

Hit the streets of Glasgow and enjoy one of the most interesting city tours on offer by taking the City Centre Mural trail. Glasgow has any number of amazing street murals on its buildings, and it continues to grow and change. The City Centre murals are something to marvel at, and you’ll find out some fun and interesting facts about our city on the way.

THE BURRELL COLLECTION

THE BURRELL COLLECTION

The Burrell Collection reopened in March 2022 following an exciting renovation. Visitors have been wowed by the new experience offered, where an all-new gallery space, and interactive experiences await to display the best of Sir William Burrells private collections.

THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE

THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE 

People who are not familiar with the work of world-renowned architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, usually leave the Mackintosh House with a newly found appreciation for his work. His work is timeless and classic and beautifully displayed at the Mackintosh House located in the Hunterian Musuem, Glasow.

More things to see and do in Glasgow

tours

Tours

Touring Glasgow is so easy with the option to travel by foot, bike, or bus.

things to do

Things to do

Glasgow is most definitely a family friendly city in the Scotland, UK.

shopping

Shopping

Shopping is national pastime in Glasgow, and you’ll find all your favourite high street shops.

THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Recognised as Scotland’s best loved interior designer and architect.

food and drink

Food and Drink in Glasgow

Glasgow’s food and drink culture, its gastronomic success stories.

theatres

Arts and Entertainment

It really is a top city if your keen on culture and contemporary culture.

parks and gardens

GLASGOW'S PARK & GARDENS

Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.

concert venues

CONCERT VENUES IN GLASGOW

The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.