Don't Be A Fool This April

Dear auld Glasgow town is filled with rich history and constant activity. An undying flame of culture, innovation and passion warms all visitors that pass the city by.
It’s true what they say as that you do not know fully what is in your own back-yard.
April hath put a spirit of youth in everything as William Shakespeare once said. Therefore, as we enter the Spring time and the Easter holidays, people may want to bear in mind offers these attractions are offering this month.

The Scottish Football Museum

The history of the beautiful game blossomed from the streets of Glasgow. Our country lives and breaths football. Anyone wishing to learn mire about the Scottish game can look no further than this wonderful museum in the southside. Look out for the Kids Go Free voucher in the Sunday Mail paper on 31st March valid for the month of April. Keep up to date on their opening restrictions page on their website for the museum will be closed on the weekend of 13th/14th April due to the Scottish Cup semi-finals.

City Sightseeing

Other than the Scottish Football Museum, make sure you jump on a bus via City Sightseeing!  You will be takin to 21 Glasgow Landmarks, each with their own story to tell adding to the Glasgow jigsaw. Live guides start this Friday 29 March on every second tour. You can get a 2-day family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) for £35. The frequency increases to every 15 minutes from this Friday 29 March.

 

Clydeside Distillery

A gem of a distillery that tells the early tale of whisky distillery in Scotland’s biggest city.
The tour, lead by the knowledgeable guides, takes you on a journey from the workers to the making of the world’s iconic drams.
As well as a tour, a cosy café and impressive shop will add to this great day out.

 

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Stuart Spencer