Glasgow is a vibrant and exciting city that offers a wealth of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages.
Whether you’re interested in history, architecture, music, or food, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do in this dynamic Scottish city.
in this article, we’ll take a look at some of the top things to do in Glasgow city centre with a collection of the city’s must-see attractions including museums, parks, and art galleries.
George Square is the main civic centre in Glasgow. The square hosts several major events throughout the year and is home to many historical monuments.
Glasgow’s main war memorial is sited at one end of the square in front of the Glasgow City Council Chamber and attractions including the city’s modern art gallery are within a short walking distance.
The Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art (known locally as the GOMA) features temporary and permanent exhibitions of Scotland’s greatest modern artworks.
The gallery is located in a former city mansion and is regarded as one of the finest collections of modern art in Scotland.
Discover the GOMA with this complete visitor guide.
The Glasgow city centre mural trail takes walkers on an interesting route through the city centre to view giant public artworks that have been painted on buildings and walls.
Discover this fascinating trail in this complete guide which provides an overview as well as handy visiting advice.