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Guidebook for Glasgow

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Guidebook for Glasgow

Drinks & Nightlife
Great pub just around the corner serving drinks and food
Great selection of craft beers and nice pub atmosphere, sometimes live music too
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The Allison Arms
720 Pollokshaws Rd
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Great selection of craft beers and nice pub atmosphere, sometimes live music too
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The Rum Shack
657-659 Pollokshaws Road
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Fantastic cocktails in an original, listed building
Old Toll Bar
1-3 Paisley Rd W
Fantastic cocktails in an original, listed building
Nice pub.
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The Belle
617 Great Western Road
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Nice pub.
Nice old-fashioned pub.
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Ubiquitous Chip
12 Ashton Ln
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Nice old-fashioned pub.
Lovely old-fashioned cafe serving great cocktails.
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Rogano
11 Exchange Pl
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Lovely old-fashioned cafe serving great cocktails.
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Sub Club
22 Jamaica St
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The Art School
20 Scott St
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La Cheetah Club
73 Queen St
SWG3 Poetry club
100 Eastvale Pl
Vino Valentino
6 Chancellor St
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The 78 Kelvinhaugh St
The 78 Kelvinhaugh St
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Glasgow’s Grand Ole Opry
2-4 Govan Road
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Òran Mór
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Brilliant jukebox.
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Doublet Bar
74 Park Rd
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Brilliant jukebox.
Great pub with a good selection of whiskies.
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The Ben Nevis
1147 Argyle St
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Great pub with a good selection of whiskies.
Variety of bars in a fairy-lit lane.
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Ashton Lane
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Variety of bars in a fairy-lit lane.
The Bell Jar
21 Dixon Ave
Stag and Thistle
778 Pollokshaws Road
Parks & Nature
The park is Glasgow's largest park and the only Country Park within Glasgow. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife. The park is rich in rural history formerly being part of the Old Pollok Estate and ancestral home to the Maxwell Family. The park is also home to the world famous Burrell Collection.
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Pollok Country Park
2060 Pollokshaws Rd
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The park is Glasgow's largest park and the only Country Park within Glasgow. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife. The park is rich in rural history formerly being part of the Old Pollok Estate and ancestral home to the Maxwell Family. The park is also home to the world famous Burrell Collection.
http://www.whatsonglasgow.co.uk/listings/queens-park/ For one of the best views of Glasgow, head to the top of the hill in the centre of the park.
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Queen's Park
520 Langside Rd
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http://www.whatsonglasgow.co.uk/listings/queens-park/ For one of the best views of Glasgow, head to the top of the hill in the centre of the park.
t was in 1817 that Thomas Hopkirk, a distinguished Glasgow botanist, founded the Botanic Gardens with the support of a number of local dignitaries and the University of Glasgow. The Gardens were originally laid out on an 8 acre site at Sandyford at the western end of Sauchiehall Street (at that time, on the edge of the city). The Royal Botanical Institution of Glasgow owned and ran the Gardens and agreed to provide the University of Glasgow with teaching aids, including a supply of plants for medical and botanical classes.
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Glasgow Botanic Gardens
730 Great Western Rd
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t was in 1817 that Thomas Hopkirk, a distinguished Glasgow botanist, founded the Botanic Gardens with the support of a number of local dignitaries and the University of Glasgow. The Gardens were originally laid out on an 8 acre site at Sandyford at the western end of Sauchiehall Street (at that time, on the edge of the city). The Royal Botanical Institution of Glasgow owned and ran the Gardens and agreed to provide the University of Glasgow with teaching aids, including a supply of plants for medical and botanical classes.
Lovely walk up to the West End
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Kelvingrove Park
6 Professors' Square
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Lovely walk up to the West End
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Glasgow Green
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Sightseeing
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Glasgow Cathedral
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Glasgow Necropolis
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One of the best views of the Clyde Valley, the flagpole at the hill at the top of the park gives stunning views (weather permitting)
Queen's Park Flagpole
One of the best views of the Clyde Valley, the flagpole at the hill at the top of the park gives stunning views (weather permitting)
Visitors are welcome all day. Movement within the building is restricted when services are taking place. Groups should enquire beforehand by contacting the Cathedral Office. If you wish to celebrate Mass please provide the name and diocese/religious order of the celebrant and his contact details. Volunteer guides can be arranged if required. Entry is free but donations left in the votive candle boxes are always appreciated.
Saint Andrew's Cathedral
90 Dunlop St
Visitors are welcome all day. Movement within the building is restricted when services are taking place. Groups should enquire beforehand by contacting the Cathedral Office. If you wish to celebrate Mass please provide the name and diocese/religious order of the celebrant and his contact details. Volunteer guides can be arranged if required. Entry is free but donations left in the votive candle boxes are always appreciated.
Public tours are conducted twice per day at 10.30am and 2.30pm Monday - Friday. Tickets for the tour can be obtained from the City Chambers reception desk 30 minutes prior to each tour commencing. Please note tickets are issued on a first come first served basis. There is no facility for individuals to pre book for the tours. If you are planning to bring a party of people on the tour you must contact the City Chambers Duty Manager in advance. At busier times it may be necessary to limit the numbers of visitors for each tour (to a maximum of 25).
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Glasgow City Chambers
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Public tours are conducted twice per day at 10.30am and 2.30pm Monday - Friday. Tickets for the tour can be obtained from the City Chambers reception desk 30 minutes prior to each tour commencing. Please note tickets are issued on a first come first served basis. There is no facility for individuals to pre book for the tours. If you are planning to bring a party of people on the tour you must contact the City Chambers Duty Manager in advance. At busier times it may be necessary to limit the numbers of visitors for each tour (to a maximum of 25).
Famous pedestrian street in the heart of Glasgow that connects the two main other shopping streets, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street
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Buchanan Street
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Famous pedestrian street in the heart of Glasgow that connects the two main other shopping streets, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street
Self-guided walking tour maps are available from George Square Tourist Office of Merchant City, now a vibrant historic cafe quarter and designer-shopping mecca. Highlights of this tour, which dates back to medieval times, include the grand neo-classical halls and Georgian townhouses built for Glasgow's rich tobacco barons and shipping merchants.
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Merchant City
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Self-guided walking tour maps are available from George Square Tourist Office of Merchant City, now a vibrant historic cafe quarter and designer-shopping mecca. Highlights of this tour, which dates back to medieval times, include the grand neo-classical halls and Georgian townhouses built for Glasgow's rich tobacco barons and shipping merchants.
The Square at the Heart of the City, home to City Chambers
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George Square
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The Square at the Heart of the City, home to City Chambers
Byres Road is the heart and soul of Glasgow’s West End and is by far the most cosmopolitan and eclectic street the city has to offer, with a whole range of bars, restaurants and shops to suit all manner of tastes http://www.byres-road.co.uk
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Byres Road
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Byres Road is the heart and soul of Glasgow’s West End and is by far the most cosmopolitan and eclectic street the city has to offer, with a whole range of bars, restaurants and shops to suit all manner of tastes http://www.byres-road.co.uk
Arts & Culture
Wonderful free museum near the west end.
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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
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Wonderful free museum near the west end.
GoMA is located in the centre of Glasgow. It contains four galleries, a café, a shop and a library. They are a world class art museum and a place for people to gather, to learn and to share ideas. They display, borrow and collect artworks from around the world.
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Gallery of Modern Art
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GoMA is located in the centre of Glasgow. It contains four galleries, a café, a shop and a library. They are a world class art museum and a place for people to gather, to learn and to share ideas. They display, borrow and collect artworks from around the world.
Great for kids you can spend a whole day here and eat at one of many nice restaurants in Finnieston.
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Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay
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Great for kids you can spend a whole day here and eat at one of many nice restaurants in Finnieston.
Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper.
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Riverside Museum
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Riverside Museum is Glasgow's award-winning transport museum. With over 3,000 objects on display there's everything from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams and cars to a Stormtrooper.
The beautiful home of Charles Mackintosh, the turn-of-the-century Scottish architect and artist who brought international fame to the city of Glasgow.
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Mackintosh House
82 Hillhead St
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The beautiful home of Charles Mackintosh, the turn-of-the-century Scottish architect and artist who brought international fame to the city of Glasgow.
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The Stand Comedy Club
333 Woodlands Rd
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Queens Park Railway Club
492 Victoria Rd
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Transmission Gallery
18 King St
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Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall St
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Tramway
25 Albert Dr
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Cinema.
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Glasgow Film Theatre
12 Rose St
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Cinema.
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Hunterian Art Gallery
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The Common Guild
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Citizens Theatre
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Tron Theatre
63 Trongate
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The Burrell Collection
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The Tenement House is a National Trust for Scotland property in Glasgow's City Centre. With 1982 original features it provides a rare glimpse into life in Glasgow in the early 20th century
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The Tenement House
145 Buccleuch St
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The Tenement House is a National Trust for Scotland property in Glasgow's City Centre. With 1982 original features it provides a rare glimpse into life in Glasgow in the early 20th century
See more than 2500 exhibits in 14 galleries, walk amongst Scotland’s footballing legends in the Hall Of Fame and take the Stadium tour
Scottish Football Museum
See more than 2500 exhibits in 14 galleries, walk amongst Scotland’s footballing legends in the Hall Of Fame and take the Stadium tour
The People's Palace and Winter Gardens, set in historic Glasgow Green, the oldest public space in the city, tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the end of the 20th century
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People's Palace
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The People's Palace and Winter Gardens, set in historic Glasgow Green, the oldest public space in the city, tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the end of the 20th century
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901 and built in the attractive setting of Bellahouston Park in the 1990s, House for an Art Lover allows the visitor an insight into Mackintosh's renowned talent not just as an architect, but as a an artist, designer and pioneer of the Modern Movement.
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House for an Art Lover
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Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901 and built in the attractive setting of Bellahouston Park in the 1990s, House for an Art Lover allows the visitor an insight into Mackintosh's renowned talent not just as an architect, but as a an artist, designer and pioneer of the Modern Movement.
Permanent exhibition of Eduard Bersudsky's amazing kinetic sculptures. Hundreds of carved figures and pieces of old scrap perform an incredible choreography to haunting music and synchronised light, telling the funny and tragic stories of the human spirit as it struggles against the relentless circles of life and death
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Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
103 Trongate
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Permanent exhibition of Eduard Bersudsky's amazing kinetic sculptures. Hundreds of carved figures and pieces of old scrap perform an incredible choreography to haunting music and synchronised light, telling the funny and tragic stories of the human spirit as it struggles against the relentless circles of life and death
Join a 45 minute'Mackintosh at the GSA' tour to discover original furniture, the history of the Mackintosh building and the architects life and work, from student to master designer. Restoration is underway following a serious fire in 2014, as such there is no access to the interiors of the Mackintosh building
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The Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew St
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Join a 45 minute'Mackintosh at the GSA' tour to discover original furniture, the history of the Mackintosh building and the architects life and work, from student to master designer. Restoration is underway following a serious fire in 2014, as such there is no access to the interiors of the Mackintosh building
Provand’s Lordship was built in 1471. It is one of only four surviving medieval buildings in Glasgow. The “auld hoose” is furnished with a fine selection of 17th-century historic furniture and royal portraits. Step back into medieval Glasgow with a visit to this fascinating building.
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Provand's Lordship
3 Castle Street
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Provand’s Lordship was built in 1471. It is one of only four surviving medieval buildings in Glasgow. The “auld hoose” is furnished with a fine selection of 17th-century historic furniture and royal portraits. Step back into medieval Glasgow with a visit to this fascinating building.
Spanning six floors, The Lighthouse provides an unrivaled opportunity to experience architecture and design through a changing program of world-class exhibitions, award winning education and lifelong learning projects, broad ranging events program and networking opportunities. Climb the Mackintosh Tower for stunning views across the city, indulge yourself in the latest designer products at The Lighthouse Shop, or simply relax in the Doocot, our cafe/bar.
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The Lighthouse
56 Mitchell St
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Spanning six floors, The Lighthouse provides an unrivaled opportunity to experience architecture and design through a changing program of world-class exhibitions, award winning education and lifelong learning projects, broad ranging events program and networking opportunities. Climb the Mackintosh Tower for stunning views across the city, indulge yourself in the latest designer products at The Lighthouse Shop, or simply relax in the Doocot, our cafe/bar.
The church opens for vistors between the 1st of April and the 31st October, entry is free although donations are welcome. The Govan Stones very close to Govan Subway, only a five minute walk from the station. Govan Old is situated next door to the Pearce Institute on Govan Road, set back down a lane leading to the leafy Govan Old Graveyard
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Govan Old Parish Church
866 Govan Rd
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The church opens for vistors between the 1st of April and the 31st October, entry is free although donations are welcome. The Govan Stones very close to Govan Subway, only a five minute walk from the station. Govan Old is situated next door to the Pearce Institute on Govan Road, set back down a lane leading to the leafy Govan Old Graveyard
GMRC is the store for the museums' collections when they are not on display at our venues. It is a vast building with rooms full of fantastic objects, from animals to armour, fine art to fossils, and much, much more. The main collections stored here are Art and Painting, Arms and Armour, Natural History, Technology and World Cultures. Booking is required for some tours and activities. PLEASE CONTACT THE VENUE BEFORE YOUR VISIT 0141 276 9300
Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
200 Woodhead Rd
GMRC is the store for the museums' collections when they are not on display at our venues. It is a vast building with rooms full of fantastic objects, from animals to armour, fine art to fossils, and much, much more. The main collections stored here are Art and Painting, Arms and Armour, Natural History, Technology and World Cultures. Booking is required for some tours and activities. PLEASE CONTACT THE VENUE BEFORE YOUR VISIT 0141 276 9300
During 2011-14 volunteers helped us to research Govan's unique relationship with the shipbuilding history. The result is a resource facility and exhibition area showing how Fairfield became the "Shipbuildingest Burgh in the World" and the lifeblood of a community.
Fairfield Govan Heritage Centre and Workspace
1048 Govan Rd
During 2011-14 volunteers helped us to research Govan's unique relationship with the shipbuilding history. The result is a resource facility and exhibition area showing how Fairfield became the "Shipbuildingest Burgh in the World" and the lifeblood of a community.
Part of the Glasgow School of Art
MacKintosh Building
Part of the Glasgow School of Art
Scotland Street School Museum, a working school until the late 1970s, hosts regular fun family events. It offers a fascinating insight as to what school days were like in the reign of Queen Victoria, during World War II, and in the 1950s and 60s, in three reconstructed classrooms. Architecturally significant, the school was designed by Scotland's most famous architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. His designs for the school are on display. Refreshments can be taken in the Willow Cafe.
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Scotland Street School Museum
225 Scotland Street
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Scotland Street School Museum, a working school until the late 1970s, hosts regular fun family events. It offers a fascinating insight as to what school days were like in the reign of Queen Victoria, during World War II, and in the 1950s and 60s, in three reconstructed classrooms. Architecturally significant, the school was designed by Scotland's most famous architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. His designs for the school are on display. Refreshments can be taken in the Willow Cafe.
Take a fascinating tour of the University of Glasgow campus, and explore the University's stunning architecture (with over 100 listed buildings) and discover incredible stories from its 550 years of history. Guided campus tours are led by trained student guides and last for approximately one hour - you can find out more by visiting: boxoffice.src.gla.ac.uk/product/university-glasgow-tours
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University of Glasgow
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Take a fascinating tour of the University of Glasgow campus, and explore the University's stunning architecture (with over 100 listed buildings) and discover incredible stories from its 550 years of history. Guided campus tours are led by trained student guides and last for approximately one hour - you can find out more by visiting: boxoffice.src.gla.ac.uk/product/university-glasgow-tours
The Tall Ship at Riverside is one of Glasgow's most unique visitor attractions! Rated as 4 Star visit by Visit Scotland we aim to transport you back to when the SV Glenlee was an operating cargo ship. Built on the River Clyde in 1896 is one of only 5 of her kind still afloat in the world today and she is the only one in the UK
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The Tall Ship at Riverside
150 Pointhouse Pointhouse
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The Tall Ship at Riverside is one of Glasgow's most unique visitor attractions! Rated as 4 Star visit by Visit Scotland we aim to transport you back to when the SV Glenlee was an operating cargo ship. Built on the River Clyde in 1896 is one of only 5 of her kind still afloat in the world today and she is the only one in the UK
A grand country house in the heart of Glasgow with an impressive collection of Spanish art
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Pollok House
2060 Pollokshaws Rd
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A grand country house in the heart of Glasgow with an impressive collection of Spanish art
Glasgow Women's Library
Nice place to have tea or coffee (including a camel milk 'camelcino') whilst admiring the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
The Willow Tea Rooms
119-121 Sauchiehall St
Nice place to have tea or coffee (including a camel milk 'camelcino') whilst admiring the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Shopping
Nice little antiques stores for all budgets.
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Ruthven Lane
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Nice little antiques stores for all budgets.
Vintage clothing and knick knacks.
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Starry Starry Night
19 Dowanside Ln
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Vintage clothing and knick knacks.
Large, glass roofed shopping centre. Mainly high-street brands. Great for rainy days
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Saint Enoch Shopping Centre
55 St. Enoch Square
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Large, glass roofed shopping centre. Mainly high-street brands. Great for rainy days
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Buchanan Galleries
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Silverburn Shopping Centre
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intu Braehead
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Over 25 of the best shops in Glasgow, over 12 restaurants, open 10am til late 7 days per week, Voted Scotland's best building. Perfect location for any weather
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Princes Square Shopping Centre
48 Buchanan Street
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Over 25 of the best shops in Glasgow, over 12 restaurants, open 10am til late 7 days per week, Voted Scotland's best building. Perfect location for any weather
Essentials
Tesco Express
438 Victoria Rd
Large supermarket and much more reasonable prices than others further up Victoria road, including very well-priced wines.
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Lidl
300 Victoria Rd
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Large supermarket and much more reasonable prices than others further up Victoria road, including very well-priced wines.
Sainsbury's Local
482 Victoria Rd
This is the closest and large superstore to the flat
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Asda Toryglen Superstore
555 Prospecthill Rd
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This is the closest and large superstore to the flat
This is your closest corner store, also open 24 hours
Day to Day
647 Cathcart Rd
This is your closest corner store, also open 24 hours
Locavore is a social enterprise which exists to help build a more sustainable local food system which is better for our local economy, the environment and our communities. The range in the shop includes: Fresh local and organic fruit & vegetables Organic and local cheese & dairy Loose organic grains, pulses, flours, herbs & spices Fresh & frozen meat Eco household cleaners Organic pantry goods Fresh bread from Different Breid every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from Freedom Bakery Tuesday to Sunday
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Locavore CIC
66 Nithsdale Rd
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Locavore is a social enterprise which exists to help build a more sustainable local food system which is better for our local economy, the environment and our communities. The range in the shop includes: Fresh local and organic fruit & vegetables Organic and local cheese & dairy Loose organic grains, pulses, flours, herbs & spices Fresh & frozen meat Eco household cleaners Organic pantry goods Fresh bread from Different Breid every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and from Freedom Bakery Tuesday to Sunday
Getting Around
Arnold Clark Car & Van Rental, Kilbirnie Street
43 Allison St
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Glasgow Central Station
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Queen Street Station
36N Hanover St
This is the closest station to the flat, trains run to Glasgow Central and take ~6 minutes
Crosshill Station
This is the closest station to the flat, trains run to Glasgow Central and take ~6 minutes
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Glasgow Airport
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National and international bus terminal
Buchanan Bus Station
National and international bus terminal
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
Bridge Street SPT Park and Ride
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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West Street SPT Subway Station
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Shields Road Park and Ride
165-169 Scotland St
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Kinning Park SPT Subway Station
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Cessnock SPT Subway Station
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Ibrox SPT Subway Station
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
SPT Subway "regulation station" (where trains start and stop services at) http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
Govan
SPT Subway "regulation station" (where trains start and stop services at) http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ Main hub station linking bus, mainline rail and Subway. Both mainline services to go Glasgow Central low level trains and Queen Street low level trains (east) or out to the West of Scotland
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Partick SPT Subway Station
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http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ Main hub station linking bus, mainline rail and Subway. Both mainline services to go Glasgow Central low level trains and Queen Street low level trains (east) or out to the West of Scotland
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Kelvinhall SPT Subway Station
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http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Hillhead
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http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
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Kelvinbridge SPT Subway Station
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St Georges Cross SPT Subway Station
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Cowcaddens
11 Dundasvale Ct
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ One of two main stops serving the "Golden Triangle" of city centre shops
Buchanan Street
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ One of two main stops serving the "Golden Triangle" of city centre shops
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ One of two subway stations serving the "Golden Triangle" city centre shopping area
St Enoch SPT Subway Station
http://www.spt.co.uk/subway/ One of two subway stations serving the "Golden Triangle" city centre shopping area