Below is just a taste of some of the cities top places to visit if you have arrived on one of our trains to Glasgow and are in search of some culture.
Standing in the heart of Glasgow flaunting its extravagant exterior is the seat of local government. Take the guided tour, it's even more opulent on the inside!
The Riverside Museum
This museum has something to interest everyone from children to the contemporary art lovers, and is now the new home for Glasgow’s transport collection.
Majestic and powerful and built on a site with over 1700 years of worshipping history. The current structure was built in 1136 and is the home of St Mungo's tomb. Impressive.
The Mackintosh House
Art and architecture lovers, commence salivating! A glorious partial reconstruction of the house shared by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh in Glasgow.
People's Palace and Winter Gardens
Potter for hours here, contemplating the lives of Glaswegians since the 18th Century, wandering the fabulous gardens and admiring the terracotta fountain.
Gallery of Modern Art
A neo-classical gem of a building and a chance to see some important contemporary pieces.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
With over 22 themed galleries and not forgetting based on the edge of the stunning Kelvingrove and free to visit this is a definite must see.