Sights & landmarks in Glasgow

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  • rafa g
    11 contributions
    Great atmosphere! 25 pounds for great seats' highly recommended if you've never been. Crowd vary vocal' real loud and passionate fans.
    Written April 13, 2022
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  • Norman J
    Woking, UK515 contributions
    Although this is not the original site of the Medieval university, it still manages to ooze history. Some of the greatest minds of their age studied here and you feel it in the stones. A wonderful walk around and superb views over Glasgow
    Written May 9, 2022
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  • Scott
    Bicester, UK21 contributions
    We had a very lovely walk around this unusual place with lovely views over Glasgow and an interesting history behind it all.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • lm-belfast
    Belfast, UK11 contributions
    Being a lifelong Rangers fan, its been on my to do list for some years to complete the Ibrox stadium tour. Finally got completing the tour last Saturday when i was over with my sister for the weekend to attend the five stars ltd evening with Papac and Jelavic.
    The tour was everything I expected and more. Our tour guide John was fantastic, he has had 6 generations of his family work for the club and added his own personal touch during our couple of hours. Great interaction for kids including a special visit from Broxi bear, with John sensing our excitement and bringing us up after the kids were finished for a photo lol (he was 100% correct)
    Whilst in the directors box, we witnessed the one and only Tom Miller commentating on the match at Fir Park and were kept up to date with the score throughout.
    Tour lasted about 2 hours, what can I say our club is steeped in history, so much to cover and there will only be even more in the years ahead. We are the People :-)
    Written April 30, 2022
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  • Scott
    Bicester, UK21 contributions
    We had a lovely walk around and inside the cathedral during a rainy day. Wasn’t really a re thing but it was something I’d say people should check out while there.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • nightrider17
    London, UK57 contributions
    Lots of space to walk. A multitude of shops with all the brands and other little finds on the side streets.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • weekak
    Edinburgh, UK976 contributions
    This place is absolutely fascinating, your literally stepping into a time warp right back to the 20th century with its lovely tiled wally close. The tenement which belonged to Agnes Toward consists of a bedroom, parlour, kitchen and bathroom and has the most beautiful mahogany furniture, gorgeous wallpaper, a brass bed, perfume bottles, old suitcases, an enclosed bed in both the parlour and the kitchen, which I think is great. Here you will also spot a Wally dog, brass taps and a range, a pulley and wringer, jam made by Miss Toward in 1929 but was never used, it really is a wonderful interesting unique experience, fantastic and I am so glad that it was preserved for us all to enjoy thanks to Anna.
    Written April 17, 2022
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  • GillJezz
    Aberystwyth, UK479 contributions
    You don’t have to be a Mackintosh nerd to appreciate this. We’ll set out. A beautiful collection with plenty of background information.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • weekak
    Edinburgh, UK976 contributions
    House for an art lover is situated in Bellahouston park, a beautiful house designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in beautiful grounds with some interesting art pieces in and around the area. As you enter there is a £7 entry fee and you will be handed an audio guid and instructed to head upstairs where you will find stunning Mackintosh designed rooms including the main hall, the oval room and my favourite: the music room and the staircase! This is definitely a wonderful place to visit whether your a Mackintosh fan or not!
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • Scott
    Bicester, UK21 contributions
    We had a nice time walking around here and looking at the statues, etc. I was more enjoying the fact that Brad Pitt’s World War Z film was filmed here haha.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • Nicole C
    Birmingham, UK116 contributions
    An enjoyable visit but needed more interpretation especially below decks - large areas were blank.
    Maybe an audio guide ( on phone)
    Written April 23, 2022
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  • Michelle M
    Coatbridge, UK11 contributions
    There is lots of history and monuments in Glasgow green. It is a nice park to walk in as well it is also good for giving concerts such as proms in the park and the world pype band championship
    Written April 25, 2022
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  • Norman J
    Woking, UK515 contributions
    Much of the City Chambers is closed to the public as a working government building but the ground floor is well worth a visit. The ornamentation screams the glory of 19th century Glasgow. Very visitor friendly and a free brochure on entry. Highly recommended.
    Written May 9, 2022
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  • EffieMew123
    Austin, TX57 contributions
    Came here with my boyfriend on a day trip when we went to see the University of Glasgow and Glasgow botanical garden, because the west end is the area where you'll find them. Overall I enjoyed walking along here because there are many small shops, grocery stores, and restaurants that you can check out. It's definitely a good place to go to take pics here and there and kill time, even if you aren't wanting to spend money.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • nightrider17
    London, UK57 contributions
    Imposing - outside the Gallery. A snapshot of days gone by. There is a nice square, you can sit and talk.
    Written May 13, 2022
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