We aim to make every day of your visit to Glasgow amazing.

No matter what you’re interested in;

be it art, architecture or adventure, we’ve got you covered.

 
 

Celtic Park

Perfect for: football & sports fans

Home of Celtic Football Club, Celtic Park is recognised as one of Europe’s top stadia and premier event venues.

Aside from world class football the unique venue, exceptional staff and state of the art facilities provide a warm welcome to visitors of the city whether your preference is to join a guided tour, dine in the restaurant or visit the retail superstore.

 

The Clydeside Distillery

Perfect for:  all level of whisky knowledge, from beginner to enthusiast. Family friendly attraction.

The Clydeside Distillery is Glasgow's first dedicated Single Malt Scotch Whisky distillery in over 100 years – putting Glasgow right back on the Scotch Whisky map. With a 5-star visitor experience, cafe, and specialist whisky shop featuring single malts from all over Scotland.

 

City Sightseeing Glasgow

Perfect for: seeing all of Glasgow’s attractions, and a great way to get around the city

Discover Glasgow in 21 stops! City Sightseeing Glasgow’s open top tour bus is most convenient way to see the best the city has to offer.

You can hop on and hop off all day around Glasgow’s best attractions.

 

Glasgow Museums

Perfect for: a family day out appreciating art

See one of the finest civic collections in Europe displayed in nine museums across the city. Glasgow Museums offer something for everyone. Whether you want to find out more about an artist, come with your class to see how we used to live, see the latest in contemporary art, or simply meet a friend for coffee, there is a museum for you.

 

Glasgow Science Centre

Perfect for: sparking curiosity through fun!

Filled with fun, excitement and inspiration, Glasgow Science Centre has over 400 interactive science exhibits and experiments. Try the egg drop challenge, compete to make the best land yacht or give computer coding a go.

There’s something for all the family.

 

Glasgow Taxis

Perfect for: getting around Glasgow

With a fleet of over 800 taxis, Glasgow Taxis are the largest supplier of licensed taxis in Glasgow, Scotland, and the largest in the UK outside London.

Nobody knows Glasgow like them. Efficient and reliable service 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

 

Glengoyne Distillery

Perfect for: those wanting to take their love of whisky to the next level

Glengoyne Distillery has been described as Scotland’s most beautiful distillery – and rightly so. Nestled below the picturesque Campsie hills, just 30 minutes drive from Glasgow and Stirling and close to Loch Lomond, this traditional, hard-working distillery has been producing a unique selection of award winning Highland Single Malt whiskies since 1833.

 

Ibrox Stadium

Perfect for: football fans

Ibrox Stadium is home to Rangers Football Club, one of Britain’s most iconic clubs. Visit Ibrox to explore the heritage and relive the greatest moments of the Rangers team.

The Stadium Tour is a professionally guided tour of the stadium, beginning with the walk up the famous marble staircase. You’ll get exclusive access to the home and away dressing rooms, climb the marble staircase and explore the illustrious trophy room.

 

Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium

Perfect for: a family day out in a beautiful part of Scotland

A family favourite, whatever the weather. Explore seven theme zones where you can get up close and personal with over 1500 sea creatures, including otters, clownfish, seahorses and sharks.

Located just 30 minutes from Glasgow on the stunning shores of Loch Lomond.

 

Scottish Football Museum and Hampden Stadium Tour

Perfect for: football & sports fans

Revealing the sights, sounds and stories of the world’s favourite game in the country that took football to the world.

Spend a day enjoying Scotland’s record breaking football heritage in the amazing setting of Hampden Park. Pay tribute to the legends who inspire the champions of today on a journey from past to present.

Visit Europe’s first national football museum and go behind the scenes at the home of Scottish football.

 

Sweeney’s Cruise Co

Perfect for: taking in a different view of Scotland

Whether you’re joining us for one of our daily sightseeing cruises, a celebration or a memorable corporate event, you'll find our luxury fleet of boats are equipped for the occasion - all against the most beautiful of backdrops, Loch Lomond.

 

The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery

Perfect for: art appreciation for all the family

The Hunterian is one of Scotland’s greatest museums and home to over a million items ranging from mummies to Mackintosh. Our collections range from art to archaeology and palaeontology to numismatics and our special exhibitions and acclaimed permanent galleries attract visitors from around the world. We have several venues on campus including the Hunterian Museum, Hunterian Art Gallery and The Mackintosh House.

 

The Tall Ship

Perfect for: a free day out for the family

SV Glenlee, locally known as The Tall Ship, was built in 1896 on the River Clyde, which was then the greatest shipbuilding river in the world. SV Glenlee is now the only remaining Clyde-built sailing vessel afloat in the United Kingdom, and is an icon of Glasgow’s shipbuilding heritage.

Today, The Tall Ship is a popular free visitor attraction in the west end of the city dedicated to preserving Glasgow’s maritime history. Explore every nook and cranny of the ship including the refurbished Captain’s cabin and cargo hold, learn what life was like on the ship and put your questions to the ship’s working crew.

 

The Willow Tea Rooms

Perfect for: appreciating Glasgow’s exquisite food & drink in historic surroundings

Situated in the heart of the city centre at 97 Buchanan Street or on the top floor within Watt Brothers department store at the corner of Hope Street and Bath Street, the Willow Tea Rooms is the go-to place for meeting friends, celebrating a special occasion or a welcome break from a day’s shopping.

Established in 1983, both our Tea Rooms are inspired by the works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.