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The Best Museums in Glasgow

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Museums in Glasgow

Art Museum
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See one of Europe's best publicly owned art collections at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Tour the 22 galleries containing some 8,000 it
Tours from $6
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Exhibiting some of the world’s finest vintage automobiles, bicycles, ship models, trams, and steam locomotives, The Riverside Museum of Trans
Tours from $6
History Museum
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Originally opened in 1898 as a recreation space and museum, since the 1940s, People's Palace and Winter Gardens has been a museum for the soc
Tours from $6
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Duration: 1 hour
Explore Glasgow, one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe with this 1 or 2 day unlimited hop-on hop-off bus tour. You'll have access to 22 stops along the route, hopping on as you please within the chosen time period. From the open-top deck you'll have fabulous views of Scotland's largest city, and everything it has to offer, including impressive architecture, history and culture! Sit back for a relaxing loop of the tour whilst enjoying the on-board audio tour commentary.
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Art Museum
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At The Burrell Collection, see one of the world's greatest individual accumulations of art. Wealthy shipping magnate Sir William Burrell acqu
History Museum
Discovery Point , Dundee
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Learn more about the story of one of the bravest expeditions of the 20th century at Discovery Point. Climb aboard Discovery, the original shi

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Where to stay in Glasgow

Glasgow's revitalized city center offers outstanding accommodations--along with some of the finest shopping outside London. Considered one of the finest Victorian cities in Britain, Glasgow is renowned for its centrally located hotels. Spacious rooms overlook the historical city center, and award-winning restaurants and trendy cafes occupy the lower levels. Farther away from the central areas, which are often noisy and crowded with tourists, is a world of small B&Bs and guesthouses. These considerably cheaper options offer quality lodging in quiet neighborhoods less frequented by weekend revelers and rowdy nightlife lovers.
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