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If you've arrived on one of our trains to Glasgow and are looking for things to do whilst you're out and about in this great city then take a look through our hand full of suggestions below.
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
Takes the whole family back in time to the glory days of Clyde shipbuilding, on an old lady of the sea, first launched in 1896.
We hope you've got the energy for this array of projects, exhibitions and interactive games across 6 floors at The Lighthouse, Glasgow. (If you haven't, the rooftop cafe/bar is amazing.)
The Scottish Football Museum
Even if you're dragged here by a more committed footie fan than yourself, you will love it! Promise.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace
Situated in the heart of the West End the newly restored Kibble Palace houses the national collection of tree ferns and plants from more tropical climates.
Glasgow Science Centre
Wow! The Glasgow Science Centre is a must for any visit to Glasgow. The Science Mall has 3 floors of interactive science-learning exhibits, a Planetarium and a Science Show Theatre.
Langland's Moss Nature Reserve
If we just called this a 'lowland raised bog', we wouldn't be doing it justice! Part of the Calderglen Country Park, it's a real breath of fresh air.
North Woodside Leisure Centre
Something a bit different on a rainy day in Glasgow - get your swims on and visit the beautifully restored Victorian baths.