Glasgow East End attractions map
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Glasgow East End attractions & tourist information
Find places to visit and things to do in Glasgow’s East End with these visitor guides.
The beautiful 12th-century Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest building in Glasgow and it is the most complete medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland. The cathedral is open to the public and is centrally located between the Glasgow Necropolis and St. Mungo’s Museum.
Tag: Parks & Gardens
Glasgow Green is a 55-acre park set in the centre of Glasgow. It is the oldest park in the city and is also home to the People’s Palace social history museum. Popular events including the TRNSMT music festival and the World Pipe Band Championships are staged in the park annually while the remainder of the year sees the grounds used for leisure activities for the city’s residents.
The Necropolis is a Victorian garden cemetery sited on a hill overlooking Glasgow Cathedral. It is the final resting place of fifty thousand people and it was one of the first multi-faith graveyards in the world. The Necropolis is well-known for the elaborate monuments and gravestones that cover the 37-acre site. It is free to visit and guided tours are available on request. Discover the Glasgow Necropolis with this complete visitor guide.
Tag: Museums & Galleries
The St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art is located near Glasgow Cathedral where it showcases a varied collection of religious artefacts from across the globe. The museum offers a very good café and gift shop in addition to the displays and exhibits in its multi-level historic building. Discover Glasgow’s St. Mungo Museum with this complete visitor guide.
Tag: Festivals & Events
The TRNSMT music festival is staged in Glasgow each year in July, usually in Glasgow Green public park which is notable for the People’s Palace museum. The festival presents the cream of British musical talent over 3 days and facilities include food and drink stalls, souvenir stands and a chill-out area.
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