Long known as Britain's second city, there are plenty of things
to see and do in Glasgow.
Perfect for a short city break or as part of a longer holiday,
Glasgow offers visitors no shortage of things to do upon arrival.
Explore the city centre on foot or see Glasgow from another angle
along the banks of the Clyde - whichever you choose, the hardest
part will be deciding what to see first.
One of the most exciting cities in Scotland, Glasgow boasts a
rare mix of culture, history and entertainment, with things to do
for visitors of all ages and interests. Take a walk through
Glasgow's chic Merchant City or indulge your palate and dine in the
city's West End.
Attractions in Glasgow
In addition to its shopping and culinary delights, Glasgow has a host of attractions for
visitors looking for things to do on the cultural side of things.
The beautiful new Riverside Museum is already a must-see in
Glasgow, while the iconic Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
attracts visitors both for its architecture and impressive
collection, including a multimedia installation on surrealist
Outdoor outings in Glasgow
The city of Glasgow also has some of Scotland's most spectacular
urban scenery. From the Botanic Gardens to the expansive
Kelvingrove Park or Glasgow Green - to the city's legendary
Necropolis, it's easy for visitors to find things to do on an urban
retreat in the heart of the city.
From afternoon adventures to entertainment and nightlife, the
list of things to do in Glasgow is endless, and at the Macdonald Crutherland
House, guests can have the best of both worlds. Enjoy the
proximity of Glasgow city centre from the tranquillity of our
luxury accommodation and leisure facilities. Ensure your
schedule is filled with things to do in Glasgow from the moment you