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Glasgow Green
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The Tenement House
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Trades Hall of Glasgow
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City Chambers
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Escape Glasgow
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St Andrews in the Square Glasgow
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George Square
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St George's Tron
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Britannia Panopticon  Music Hall
Architectural Buildings, Theatres
Trades Hall of Glasgow
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Cathedral of St. Kentigern
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Govan Old Parish Church
Speciality Museums, Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Cathedral of St. Kentigern
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Glasgow Central Mosque
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St George's Tron
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Ibrox Stadium
#1 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
A wonderful and insightful view into the most successful club in Scotland,the trophy room is glittering and every title won is reflected by the 54 title flags that adorn the walls ,steeped in history it’s easy to...
Annual visit to the facilities of the Argyle House Restaurant, excellent value for money ,wonderful service from the regular staff, great location and view of the pitch.
Glasgow Tigers Speedway
#2 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The track is close and you get a brilliant view from the seated area at the start tapes.
Great places to view at the trackside .They cater for all,especially for the kids,my 7 year old never misses a meeting.
Escape Glasgow
#3 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
They have 5 other rooms and they also have sites in Edinburgh.
Celtic Park
#4 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
... history then the stadium is awesome the kerrydale bar inside the park is a great large spacious place to meet before kickoff any tourist would be amazed at this landmark sorry forgot to say great meals as well
Booked for myself daughter & grandson was met by a very Knowledgeable guide who took us into the trophy room and was able to view the range of trophies Celtic have won.
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University of Glasgow
#5 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Combined with wonderful views across the city and lovely grounds you get a real feel for the history and traditions of the establishment.The main buildings of this University are straight out of 'Harry Porter'!
It also offers a spectacular view across the city and is in the perfect spot for exploring the West End a little more!
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The Room - Riddle Rooms
#6 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The staff on site were excellent and the location is perfect.
This was a really fun day and a good way to get around the city and see some of the sights.
The Tall Ship at Riverside
#7 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Situated behind the Riverside Museum it is worth a climb aboard to look at the history and maybe grab a quick bite to eat - its on route for the hop on hop off site seeing bus, so you could combine it with the mus...
... jacket potato's and cakes, is a lot quieter than the museum café so defiantly recommend.You get great views of the river and its totally free :) there are donation boxes you can contribute to around the place.
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The Tenement House
#8 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
... added to our experience as the buildings in Garnethill from the Glasgow Film Theatre to St Aloysius, the School of Art,the synagogue on Hill St,the view towards the university all made the wander so worthwhile.
Easy to move through and the ladies on site to assist were well informed, friendly and full of insight into everyday life of the time.
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The Mackintosh House
#9 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The beautifully curated rooms are a pleasure to view and well complement other exhibits of Mackintosh design on view Glasgow.
An absolute must if you are an Art Nouveau fan: here is Charles Rennie and Margaret Mackintosh's house transferred from its original site up the road into the library of Glasgow University, complete with furniture...
The Necropolis
#10 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Located at the top of a hill (gentle climb), the visit to the necropolis is worth the historical value and beauty of the place, as well as the amazing panoramic view of the city and especially its magnificent cath...
It's a gorgeous place with incredible city views, a great view of the Glasgow Cathedral, and an awesome place for history or archaeology buffs to walk around and check out the gorgeous old-time gravestones.
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City Chambers
#11 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Notable sites: - The staircase: featured in films centred on the Vatican - Portraits of ministers: interesting array of prints and painting styles - Dining hall I definitely recommend checking out the city hall an...
The City Chambers are well preserved and serve the city from an administrative point of view.
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St Andrew's Cathedral Glasgow
#12 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
After an extremely full, though manageable, week of site-seeing, I was blessed to be able to (unexpectedly) attend mass at St. Andrew's for the Saturday evening vigil mass.
Very informative, intersting sites.
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Glasgow Green
#13 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Relax in the park, view the various statues, the Doulton fountain (with Queen Victoria statue) sited outside the Peoples Palace (museum) and Winter Gardens etc.
A brilliant site for a festival and such a friendly atmosphere.
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Glasgow Cathedral
#14 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Beautiful cathedral and helpful, friendly and approachable guides as stunning outside as it is inside and the view over the bridge from the necropolis is worth the small uphill walk!
... cathedral and Mungo Museum were a good choice for a visit It is huge with nice art and decoration Museum is well preserved and tidy and people at reception so welcoming and helpful I strongly recommend this site
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Buchanan Street
#15 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
This street along with the mall has everything including every shop you could think of, pubs, restaurants, cafes along with some historical and cultural sights and loads of people.
Beautiful views both up and down the street, many great restaurants and bars on or just off the street and a great selection of street entertainment.
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Govan Old Parish Church
#16 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The site of the church history was clearly shown in its different in carnations since Christian worshipers built the first church.
In all the sites I have visited in my time this is the most understated, under-rated but should be the most valued.
Glasgow West End
#17 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
This is a fun area of the city and within walking distance of the University of Glasgow as well as myriad shops, cafes and restaurants as well as other attractive tourist sites.
Loved the west, went into a beautiful park where you got amazing views of the castle.
Provand's Lordship
#18 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Located across the road from the Cathedral and the Museum of religious art it is well situated to other historical sites, cafeteria and toilets.
I started on the very top floor which has superb views of the garden on one side and St Mungo's Museum on the other.
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Glasgow Central Station
#19 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
... atmosphere.Its such a great place to meet friends,most do under the big clock.Look up and you just stand in awe of the craftsmanship of such a historic place and influential landmark in Glasgow's City Centre.
Using both Glasgow Central and Queen street train stations for years, for business and pleasure for over two decades, i'm still bemused by the weird & wonderful sights and characters on a weekly basis.
Merchant City
#20 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The area has some interesting Victorian architecture, and is the site of some of Glasgow's attractions.
We stayed in the new motorhome on a quiet, clean site three mile out in Stepps (Red Deer Village Caravan Park).
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Duke of Wellington Statue
#21 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The statue says it all about Glasgow- a cheeky view of the world and of it's history.A great city- beautiful restaurants, wonderful museums and for the Shopper the Duke welcomes you to the best of Europe in the le...
... this is actually an incredible statue of the Duke of Wellington in it's own right but following an anonymous pranksters crowning with a common or garden traffic cone has become and even more famous landmark.
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George Square
#22 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
The sights and sounds in the market are fantastic, and there is a great selection of food from around the world.
Like many places in Glasgow, Georges Square is certainly worth a visit to view the historic statues on display and the many Pubs and Restaurants in his area
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City Centre Mural Trail
#23 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Awesome sights
Took me 2 days to do as I spent a bit of time trying to find some of the sites.
Pollok House
#24 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
There's still lots of wonderful art to view including Guthrie and Hepburn plus the stunning Spanish works, especially in the famous Cedar Room' Oh to be a book in that palatial library with the stunning views.
The experience from enquiring to conducting a site visit has been exceptional.
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St Andrews in the Square Glasgow
#25 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Great site that displays the wealth of the 17th century business owners and the surrounding history of this area of Glasgow.
... upper floor to enjoy again Champagne and Horderves before the meal proper and enjoying the elevated view of the dressed tables before being called to find your seats for the wedding dinner everything was to su...
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Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
#26 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
It’s free to go in and view during the day.
A balcony circling above was too dangerous to use, but it's tiers and fine wooden seating is on view and you can just imagine them being filled with laughing and jeering Glaswegian faces.
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Holmwood House
#27 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Famously designed by Alexander "Greek" Thomson, it is set in wonderful grounds with views over one of the city's largest parks.
The friendly and helpful National Trust staff on site do a great job of telling you how the building developed, and the wee tea room was great.
Emirates Arena
#28 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
Great views from every seat, superb flow around the site, clean throughout, loads of toilets and reasonable on site catering prices too.
The seating is good so that wherever you sit you have a good uninterrupted view.
Clyde Arc Bridge
#29 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
This structure is along from the SECC and hydro and is a landmark of our times.
Queen's Cross Church
#30 of 142 Sights & Landmarks in Glasgow
This Church is a bit off the beaten track for Glasgow sights but well worth a visit specially if you are a Mackintosh fan.
We've visited it twice now, & while Glasgow has many Mackintosh sites worth visiting, this is (since the fire in the Art School) the one we've enjoyed the most.