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City Centre Glasgow

Glasgow

City Centre Glasgow

Known for Shopping, Museums and Tours

Cosy bars, shopping and popular sights from George Square to Glasgow Cathedral—explore City Centre Glasgow, a destination also known for its theatres.

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Cosy bars, shopping and popular sights from George Square to Glasgow Cathedral—explore City Centre Glasgow, a destination also known for its theatres.

Things to do near City Centre Glasgow

Cutting through the heart of Glasgow, this bustling pedestrianized street is lined with sleek shopping centers, restaurants and several cultural highlights.

The people of Glasgow love their spacious central gathering place, which is full of statues and surrounded by stately buildings and restaurants.

One of Glasgow’s most iconic sights is a noble statue standing proudly by an art gallery, although the famous sculpture is now famed as a target for pranksters.

Visit this impressive 18th-century building to see rotating exhibitions from local, national and international artists or to enjoy its café and library.

This Gothic cathedral marks the birthplace of the city of Glasgow and is Scotland's finest medieval church, with majestic stained-glass windows.

Get tickets for a show at Clyde Auditorium, a favourite theatre in Finnieston. Discover the area's acclaimed art galleries and shops.

Tour the park and arboretum with century-old trees, have a picnic on the lawn, watch a concert, or admire the design of the impressive 19th-century glasshouses.

Enjoy a free day out and browse a remarkable collection of stained glass, Gothic artifacts, tapestries, and art by European masters.

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