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Queen Street Glasgow
When you are sightseeing in Glasgow you will find a number of interesting places to visit and as an added bonus all of the cities museums are free to visit. Glasgow was in the past the European City of culture and a visit here will show you why.
This museum holds 8000 works of art. Everything from Rembrandt, Bellini, the French Impressionists to medieval tapestry and stained glass.
Pollok Country Park
Gallery of Modern Art
Gallery of Modern Art is an art gallery with temporary exhibitions and workshops. It is the second most visited modern art gallery outside London.
Royal Exchange Square
Glasgow Science Centre
Over 300 exhibits also includes IMAX cinema and Scottish Power planetarium.
50 Pacific Quay
Opening 10am to 6pm (Note: November to March closed on Monday)
Admission: Adults £6.95 Child £4.95
This social history museum tells the story of the people and the city of Glasgow from 1760 to the present day.
Scottish Footbal Museum
Hampden Park houses the worlds first football museum. It is the oldest international ground in the world.
Admission: Adult £5.50 Child £2.75
The Piping Centre
This museum is dedicated to the bagpipes.
30 - 34 Mcphater Street
Admission: Adult £3.00 Child £2.00