NB: Our latest "check in" is 10pm for all Glasgow hotels
Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1EA.
GSC brings science and technology to life through hundreds of interactive exhibits in the Science Mall and the unique experiences of the GSC IMAX® Theatre and the Glasgow Tower.
Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery
Gilbert Scott Building, University Avenue, Glasgow, G12 8QQ.
The Hunterian Gallery houses the University of Glasgow's art collection making it available for study and for pleasure. It has a wide range of exhibitions and receives lottery funding to provide its education programme.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Argyll Street, G3 8AG.
A recent restoration project has increased its exhibitions to around 8000 objects displayed on 3 floors. There are not only displays but interactive events and a gallery dedicated to Glasgow’s own Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Otago Street, Glasgow
You can enjoy a peaceful stroll in the West End and pop into Kelvingrove Park where there are not only beautiful walkways and views of the city but there is also a skate park and cycle routes within the grounds, and the River Kelvin is right beside this great parkland area too.
North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
Within walking distance to the Kelvingrove Hotel is a stunning building that hosts shows, exhibitions and the largest public reference library in Europe.
The Mitchell Theatre
6 Granville Street, G3 7DR.
The Mitchell Theatre is situated behind the Mitchell Library and hosts a variety of events. The Mitchell Theatre hosts music, arts and drama events including child friendly entertainments.
The Stand Comedy Club
333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow, G3 6NG
Glasgow’s first purpose-built comedy club offering regular customers and first-time audiences a fantastic bill of international and Scottish comedians with excellent value tickets from as little as three pounds. Only a short walk from the Kelvingrove Hotel. 10 minutes aprroximately.
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
100 Stobcross Road, Glasgow, G3 8QQ.
One of only five tall ships' to be built on the River Clyde and is the last one based here and the only one left in the UK. Visiting The Tall Ship is a must when in Glasgow and offers a fantastic insight into what it may have been like to work and live back then. Since it's opening in 1999 the Tall Ship has attracted 30,000 visitors.
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