Attractions in Glasgow

Glasgow City Chambers
If you want to see some of the beautiful pieces of Victorian architecture in the world then you must visit the Glasgow City Chambers. The Glasgow City Chambers dates back to the 1880's, and has been used as a government building ever since then. Tours of the Glasgow City Chambers are available every day, and allow everyone to see the amazing interior. The interior is lined with marble, granite, stained glass, and mosaic ceilings, which make it a sight everyone must see while in Glasgow.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum was established in 1901 and currently holds more than 9,000 objects. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum attracts more than 1.3 million people each year, which makes the most visited free attraction in Scotland. The museum is mostly known for its great collection of arms and armor. The art gallery holds paintings from some of the most well known European artists including Salvador Dali. 

Gallery of Modern Art
The Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow is a great place to visit because they always have a great exhibit displaying works for a great modern artist. These exhibitions do not last very long and continue to change throughout the year. Some of the best-known artists that the Gallery of Modern Art has had exhibitions on include Andy Warhol, David Hockney, and John Bellany. The Gallery of Modern Art was first opened in 1996 and continues to see more visitors each year. 

Glasgow Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace
The Glasgow Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace is a great way to experience two great attractions in the same location. The Glasgow Botanic Gardens was created in 1817 and features multiple greenhouses filled with beautiful plants. The Kibble Palace is a glasshouse that dates back to the late 1800's. After you enjoy these two great attractions, you can relax in the large park they are located in.

Glasgow Cathedral
The Glasgow Cathedral is easily one of the most beautiful churches in Europe. Construction on the Glasgow Cathedral was first started in the 12th century and it still remains in great condition today. While the Glasgow Cathedral is a popular tourist attraction due to the architecture and history of the building, you can still see a church service take place inside because the Church of Scotland continue to hold their services in the Glasgow Cathedral.