Glasgow remains one of the UK’s most visited cities and is beloved by tourists from near and far. As a nation us Scots are proud of our culture, heritage, landscape, and cities, but we are most proud of our people. The cliché of “People make Glasgow” is not overused, it is well proven, and we know that many of you come to visit Glasgow to experience our unique hospitality.
The city of Glasgow is bursting with fascinating places to visit, experiences to enjoy, exciting nightlife, and all this alongside great shopping and dining in the heart of the city centre. When you choose to stay at a McQuade property, we want you to absorb the passion that we have for our city and will do all we can to make your stay as enjoyable as we possibly can.
ST. MUNGO’S MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
St. Mungo’s Museum is located beside the Provand’s Lordship, known as the oldest house in Glasgow. The museum opened with the intention of asking the public to consider the importance of people of different faiths (and those of none). The museum acknowledges the significant role that religion plays in peoples’ lives worldwide.
GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE
Get back to the future with a visit to the Glasgow Science Centre. Families love it for its ability to entertain and educate kids of all ages. With so much to do here, you may find one day is just not enough. Tickets must be booked in advance here.
CITY CENTRE MURAL TRAIL
Glasgow has seen some of its unloved buildings and streets come alive again with thanks to the amazing street art and murals that have popped up all over the city. The city centre murals have had such a positive impact on the look and feel of Glasgow’s city centre since 2008. Find out more on one of the highly enjoyable Mural Trail Tours.