Things to do in Glasgow

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Glasgow has a rich heritage and stunning architecture, often overshadowed by Edinburgh, Glasgow is in fact the largest city in Scotland and has cultural offerings to match rival cities.

Discover some great things to do in Glasgow below. 

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The SSE Hydro

Colloquially known as The Hydro, The SSE Hydro is a multi-purpose arena set on the banks of the River Clyde.

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Officially opened in 1990, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall was part of Glasgow's regeneration brought about by their City of Culture status.

Barrowland Ballroom

Opened in 1934, Barrowland Ballroom is a music venue and dance hall located on the east side of Glasgow city centre.

Celtic Park

Known by fans as Parkhead or Paradise, this stadium is the home of Celtic Football Club. The stadium opened in 1888 and has a capacity of 60,000.

Ibrox Stadium

First opened in 1899 the Ibrox stadium is home to Rangers Football Club. Originally known as Ibrox Park, the stadium has been rebuilt several times since its initial incarnation.

Family Attractions

Family Attractions

Sights & Landmarks

Sights & Landmarks

Entertainment

Entertainment

The SSE Hydro

Colloquially known as The Hydro, The SSE Hydro is a multi-purpose arena set on the banks of the River Clyde.

Barrowland Ballroom

Opened in 1934, Barrowland Ballroom is a music venue and dance hall located on the east side of Glasgow city centre.

Celtic Park

Known by fans as Parkhead or Paradise, this stadium is the home of Celtic Football Club. The stadium opened in 1888 and has a capacity of 60,000.

Ibrox Stadium

First opened in 1899 the Ibrox stadium is home to Rangers Football Club. Originally known as Ibrox Park, the stadium has been rebuilt several times since its initial incarnation.

Night-life

Night-life

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Officially opened in 1990, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall was part of Glasgow's regeneration brought about by their City of Culture status.

Romantic Attractions

Romantic Attractions

Shopping

Shopping

Outdoor

Outdoor

Food & Drink

Food & Drink