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    • Jo4
    • By Jo4 22nd Jun 06, 11:17 AM
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    What is there to do and see in and about Glasgow?
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    • 22nd Jun 06, 11:17 AM
    What is there to do and see in and about Glasgow? 22nd Jun 06 at 11:17 AM
    We are going to Glasgow and are wondering what there is to see and do especially on a Sunday? BTW we will have a car so we can travel. Is there any where we should definitely go or any where we should try to stay away from? Any good places for eating at a reasonable price and any where to get a nice meal as we will be celebrating our wedding anniversary when we are over?

    Looking forward to your suggestions!
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    • Mind Game
    • By Mind Game 21st Mar 16, 4:04 PM
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    All Glasgow Museums are free - including the gallery of modern art, and importantly they also run events and activities for children (and grown ups) that are also completely free. Have alook online for "free activities glasgow!"

    take a picnic to eat inside kelvingrove and you can pass a day having loads of fun!
    Originally posted by ferricks
    Some art galleries are also free - the Hunterian is especially good.
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    • Sparkleybutterfly
    • By Sparkleybutterfly 9th Nov 16, 5:38 PM
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    We are heading to Glasgow for the weekend. Would the bus tour be recommended as a means of exploring the city or would anyone have a walking route of the city they could share, in case that was a better way of seeing the sites?
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    • dunroving
    • By dunroving 7th Apr 17, 9:13 AM
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    We are heading to Glasgow for the weekend. Would the bus tour be recommended as a means of exploring the city or would anyone have a walking route of the city they could share, in case that was a better way of seeing the sites?
    Originally posted by Sparkleybutterfly
    I haven't done the Glasgow Open Top bus tour but would always recommend this as a first activity in any multi-day city visit, as you might then become aware of sights you want to go back to.

    I live near Glasgow and it has a lot of history so I am sure the open top bus tour would be interesting..

    ETA: Oops, didn't realise the last post was old. Never mind, still relevant.
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