Glasgow and Around
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Glasgow and Around
Glasgow is a sprawling cosmopolitan city that was much bombed in the Second World War but has brazenly added many impressive modern buildings in between the gaps of the Victorian heart. Glasgow is considered to be the friendliest of Britain's large cities and is often described as European in character; for the diversity of its architecture, the accessibility of its art, and for the optimism and openness of its people. There is much to find in Glasgow as befits an ex-European City of Culture. There are more than 70 parks, from Glasgow Green in the East End to Kelvingrove Park in the West End.
Things to do in Glasgow and Around
Strength & Soul
Strength & Soul is a husband and wife team offering a range of services - currently online classes and courses. Yoga classes in West Lothian / North Lanarkshire, KCR treatment, Massage and Ayurveda Diet + Lifestyle Consultations.
Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre, located on the south bank of the River Clyde, is a great day out based in science. The Science Centre is comprised of the Science Mall, the Glasgow Tower, and an Imax cinema; it is commonly regarded as one of Glasgow's best days out.
House for an Art Lover
The House for an Art Lover, located in Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, is a Mansion built between 1989 and 1996 based on an unrealized design by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife, Margaret Macdonald. As with all of Mackintosh's designs, it is a masterpiece of architecture.
The Devils Pulpit is also known as Finnich Glen. This tourist attraction is in Stirlingshire, 15 minutes from Loch Lomond. This beautiful Gorge walking experience is excellent walking through the waterfalls and stream between the towering rock formations, a great cold water swimming experience.
Glasgow Cathedral, a parish church, is the oldest cathedral on the mainland of Scotland. A popular attraction for people to visit when visiting Glasgow. Glasgow cathedral was founded around the 12th century.
St Mungos Museum
This award-winning museum is located in Glasgow. It was named after Glasgow's patron saint, who brought the Christian faith to Scotland in the sixth century. Its galleries are filled with works of art and artefacts that explore the importance of religion in peoples lives.