North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
Within walking distance to the Acorn Hotel is a stunning building that hosts shows, exhibitions and the largest public reference library in Europe.
Glasgow Willow Tea-Rooms
217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3EX
Sauchiehall Street is home to Glasgow Willow Tea-Rooms designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. A trip to the tea-rooms allows you to view the splendour of the interior and study the tempting menu.
The Stand Comedy Club
333 Woodlands Road, Glasgow G3 6NG
Quality entertainment 7 days a week at competitive prices – Glasgow’s own dedicated Stand Comedy Club.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 ORH
This is a 3 floor museum celebrating the world’s different religions. There are also impressive works of art inspired by different religious beliefs. The ground floor has a gift shop where memorabilia can be purchased from your visit. Also discover Britain’s first Japanese Zen Garden which is between St Mungo Museum and Glasgow Cathedral
3 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 ORB
Directly opposite Glasgow Cathedral and St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art is Glasgow’s oldest house. This dates back to 1471 and has evolved from a manse, alehouse and sweetshop to one of Glasgow’s fondest tourist attractions.
80 George Square, Glasgow G2 1DU
An impressive Victorian style building now home to Glasgow City Council Headquarters. This building spans the east side of George Square; guided tours are available to the public.
191 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DA
Awesome Victorian interior that has to be seen to be believed. Since refurbishment a few years ago the Corinthian now has restaurants, bars, nightclub and conference rooms.
2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4
Built during the 13th – 15th century, Glasgow Cathedral houses the tomb of St Mungo, Patron Saint of Glasgow.
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