Six of the best
Culture, history and some serious retail therapy in Scotland's biggest city.
Explore old favourites and discover hidden gems. Over 50? Take advantage of ScotRail’s Club 50 for an extra 20% off Advance and Off-Peak tickets when you buy online.
Shopping in style
Found right in the heart of the city, Glasgow’s Style Mile is Scotland’s largest shopping district. It's packed with high street favourites, international designers and flagship stores, from Apple to Zara and H&M to Hamleys. Learn more
An old favourite
Tucked just off Trongate and dating back to 1857, the Britannia Panopticon is the world’s oldest surviving music hall. Filled with character and free to enter, this is a must-see attraction. Learn more
A city centre lighthouse
Take in stunning rooftop views from The Lighthouse in Mitchell lane. As a centre for Design and Architecture there’s also plenty to see inside. Learn more
Step back in time
Head to the Cathedral district to visit Provand’s Lordship, the oldest house in the city. Built in 1471 this fascinating structure gives you a glimpse into life of years gone by. Learn more
Cinema buffs should check out the legendary Glasgow Film Theatre on Rose Street. Scotland’s original arthouse cinema hosts a great range of independent films and cult classics. Learn more
Delve into Mackintosh
Mackintosh's elegant and timeless work can be enjoyed throughout the city including The Hunterian Art Gallery, Queens Cross Church and Mackintosh at The Willow Tea Rooms. Learn more