From exploring interactive exhibitions at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to enjoying fun days out with the kids at the Glasgow Science Centre, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Glasgow. Visit popular attractions like Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the Riverside Museum by day, before getting a taste of Glasgow’s nightlife in the evening. Plus, if you’re wondering where to stay in Glasgow, our great value hotels are perfect for family breaks and business trips.
Hotels in Glasgow
Glasgow City Centre (George Square)
Glasgow City Centre South
Glasgow City Centre Buchanan Galleries
Glasgow City Centre (Charing Cross)
Glasgow Pacific Quay (SECC)
Glasgow (Cambuslang/M74, J2A)
Glasgow Stepps (M80, J3)
Glasgow East Kilbride (Nerston Toll)
Glasgow Newton Mearns (M77 J4)
Glasgow East Kilbride (Peel Park)
Glasgow East Kilbride Central
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Whenever you decide to visit this exciting Scottish city, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do in Glasgow. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of the most visited museums in the UK, and culture-lovers can explore everything from famous art to ancient artefacts. Get a taste of the city’s transport history at the popular Riverside Museum before seeing some of Glasgow’s architecture for yourself by visiting Glasgow Cathedral.
Our hotels in Glasgow are close to some of the city’s top attractions. Enjoy fun days out with the kids at the Glasgow Science Centre thanks to its family activities, interactive exhibitions and planetarium shows. Football fans of all ages will love visiting Celtic Park – the biggest football stadium in Scotland – and, with top venues like The SSE Hydro and the SEC Centre, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to live events in Glasgow.
Whatever the weather in Glasgow, shopaholics won’t want to miss visiting Glasgow’s style mile. Stretching from Sauchiehall Street to St Enoch Square, Buchanan Street is home to all kinds of high-street stores and big-name brands, as is the popular Argyle Street. City breaks in Glasgow wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the city’s nightlife, and thanks to the Glasgow Subway, getting around couldn’t be easier.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of sightseeing in Glasgow and enjoy a laid-back afternoon at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens, home to all kinds of plant life as well as the impressive Kibble Palace glasshouse. Soak up the scenery and enjoy the water sports at Strathclyde Country Park in Lanarkshire, or if you’re looking for relaxing things to do in Glasgow, then Kelvingrove Park is another scenic place to escape to.
If you’re planning on visiting Loch Lomond, why not check out our hotels in Dumbarton and Balloch?