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Glasgow Tourist Attractions
Glasgow is a popular city with a diverse range of nightlife, restaurants and shopping. However there are another tourist attractions in Glasgow for all of the family to enjoy. Some of the most popular are the McLellan Galleries, the Citizens Theatre, the SECC, the Transport Museum and the Science Centre to name but a few.

Named after their builder, Archibald McLellan, the building was constructed in 1856. While Kelvingrove Art Galleries are closed for refurbishment, there is an exhibition of some of the best works from the Kelvingrove Art Galleries. There are various other exhibits displayed all throughout the year and with free admission and city centre location why not pay a visit to the McLellan Galleries.

Being only a short walk from Glasgow Central makes the theatre accessible to almost everyone. After refurbishment in 1992 the theatre now has three auditoriums and can seat almost 800 people within these areas. Regular performances of all kinds including concerts and play make this truly one of Glasgow's great tourist attractions.

Glasgow's SECC is the UK's largest integrated exhibition and conference centre capable of seating 3,000 people. Concerts, exhibitions and even the circus are likely events to find at the SECC in Glasgow. Beautifully situated beside the river Clyde and accessible by all forms of public transport, and of course by car.

The Transport Museum is one of Glasgow's most popular tourist attractions over half a million visitors each year. The museum contains collections of vehicles and models to tell the story of transportation through the ages. You will find amongst the rare collections, Scottish built ships and cars, the oldest bicycle in the world and a spitfire just inside the main entrance. This is truly a day out for young and old alike.

Glasgow's Science centre is one of the newest visitor attractions that Glasgow has to offer. The building itself is made from titanium and the Glasgow tower rotates 360 degrees from the bottom, the only structure in the world, which can do so. Daily shows in the Imax theatre with its screen the size of a 5-a-side football pitch and hands on displays will keep all the family amused.

Glasgow Cathedral
Castle Street, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 552 6891
Open: 6 days per week

Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 420 5000
Open: 7 days, 10am - 6pm

People's Palace
Glasgow Green, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 271 2962
Open: 7 days per week
Mon - Thurs & Sat 10am - 5:00pm,
Fri & Sun 11am - 5:00pm

Pollok House
2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 616 6410
Open: 7 days per week
10am - 5pm

Glasgow SECC
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
Finnieston, Glasgow
Tel: 0870 040 4000 (box office)
Box office: Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 5pm
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The Burrell Collection
2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow
Tel: 0141 287 2550
Open: 7 days per week
Mon -Thurs & Sat 10am-5pm, Fri& Sun 11am-5pm

The Lighthouse
11 Mitchell Lane,
Tel:0141 221 6362
Open: 7 days per week

The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
Stobcross Road, Glasgow
Tel: 222 2513
Open: 7 days per week

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