The Earl's Seat is the highest point of the Campsie Fells, measuring 578 m (1896 ft). On the top of the Earl's Seat is a trig point. Two main ways of climbing the Earl's Seat are by going past Dumgoyne from the Glengoyne Distillery or going up the Fin Glen from Clachan of Campsie.
Celtic Park is a football stadium in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, and is the home ground of Celtic Football Club. With a capacity of 60,411,, it is the largest football stadium in Scotland and the sixth-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom.
CCA is Glasgow’s hub for creative activity. The building is steeped in history and the organisation has played a key role in the cultural life of the city for decades. We are proud to contribute to the vibrancy and vitality of Scotland’s exciting arts scene.
Clyde Arc The Clyde Arc (known locally as the Squinty Bridge), is a road bridge spanning the River Clyde in Glasgow, in west central Scotland, connecting Finnieston, near the Clyde Auditorium and SEC with Pacific Quay and Glasgow Science Centre in Govan.
The Forth and Clyde Canal, which runs sea-to-sea between the two rivers, has passed through Glasgow since the eighteenth century, though it ceased to be navigable in 1963. However, the multi-million Millennium Link Project saw it reopen in 2000/2001.
George Square is the principal civic square in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. It is named after King George III. Laid out in 1781, George Square is surrounded by architecturally important buildings including on the east side the palatial Municipal Chambers, also known as the City Chambers, whose foundation stone was laid in 1883.
The Friends of Glasgow Botanic Gardens have a simple wish – that you enjoy the Gardens as much as we do. You may be our next door neighbours or a visitor to Glasgow or live on the other side of the world – it matters not – please enjoy your time in the Gardens, whether physically or digitally. We hope that this site will stimulate you to visit the Gardens and give you the information required.
This opened on 2nd May 1974 as the Glasgow Film Theatre with Frederico Fellini’s "Roma". In 1988, the conference room was converted into a 144 seat cinema and a cafe known as the Cosmo Cafe was added. The former circle cinema now seats 394. On 21st July 1988, Historic Scotland designated the Cosmo Cinema a Grade B Listed building.
Hampden Park (often referred to as Hampden) is a football stadium in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, Scotland. The 51,866-capacity venue serves as the national stadium of football in Scotland. It is the normal home venue of the Scotland national football team and amateur Scottish league club Queen's Park F.C. and regularly hosts the latter stages of the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup competitions.
The University of Glasgow's Hunterian is the oldest museum in Scotland. It covers the Hunterian Museum, the Hunterian Art Gallery, the Mackintosh House, the Zoology Museum and the Anatomy Museum, all located in various buildings on the main campus of the University in the west end of Glasgow.
The Kelvin Hall in Argyle Street Glasgow, Scotland, is one of the largest exhibition centres in Britain and now a mixed-use arts and sports venue that opened as an exhibition venue in 1927. It has also been used as a concert hall, home to the Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena to 2014, and from 1987 to 2010, Glasgow's Museum of Transport.
The architects of what originally was known as ‘The Kibble Crystal Art Palace,’ were John Boucher and James Cousland. In 1871 Kibble entered into negotiations to have the structure dismantled and moved by barge to Glasgow where it was to be reconstructed in the Botanic Gardens.
Just booked in Glasgow: 26 hotels like The Merchant City Inn were just booked on our site An Inside Look at The Merchant City Inn Originally built as a residence for Glasgow’s Tobacco Merchants in the 18th Century, The Merchant City Inn is a privately owned hotel in the commercial heart of Glasgow.
Paisley Abbey is a former Cluniac monastery, and current Church of Scotland Protestant parish kirk, located on the east bank of the White Cart Water in the centre of the town of Paisley, Renfrewshire, about 12 miles (19 km) west of Glasgow, in Scotland
At Riverside Museum there is a recreated street from 1895 - 1930, plus two additional display areas depicting shops from the 1930s, right through to the 1980s, giving visitors a fantastically detailed insight into Glasgow's distant and more recent past.
As one of Glasgow’s Leading Attractions, The Hampden Experience is an ideal day out for families, avid football fans and novices eager to gain knowledge of Scottish football. The museum is home to the world’s most impressive national collection of football related objects, memorabilia and ephemera.
OPENING TIMES - Soar at intu Braehead Our doors are open 364 days a year – the only day we close is Christmas Day! The main doors open at 8am, for those early birds who want to enjoy the fresh snow from 9am, and the centre stays open until midnight (licensed premises) most nights and sometimes even later at weekends for those party animals who want to make the most of their time inside.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life is a fantastic venue for corporate dinners, meetings, receptions and other private events. The venue can also be used as a film and tv location. Please visit our venue hire for more information. ‘Away for the Day with Glasgow Museums’ is a booklet full of free family fun.
Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life, formerly known as Summerlee Heritage Park, is an industrial museum in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It was built on the site of the Victorian Summerlee Iron Works and incorporated the main workshop of the former Hydrocon Crane factory. The museum is managed by CultureNL Ltd.
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