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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Said to be the most popular free tourist attraction in Scotland. There are art works by Titian, Rembrandt and Dali. Houses a fine collection of arms and armour.

St Mungo Museum

Opened in 1993, a museum of relgion. Exhibits cover the world's six main religions: 'Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism'.

Glasgow Gallery Of Modern Art

Exhibits works by David Hockney, Sebastiao Salgado, Andy Warhol as well as Scottish artists such as John Bellany and Ken Currie.

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral is one of the few Scottish medieval churches to have survived the Scottish Reformation.

Glasgow Science Centre

Three attractions in one: i.) Science Mall, ii.) IMAX cineman and iii.) Glasgow Tower.

The Burrell Collection

A gift of over 9000 paintings from the personal collection of Sir William Burrell and his wife, Constance, Lady Burrell, to Glasgow City. Includes work by Degas, Cezanne, Epstein and Rodin.

People's Palace, Glasgow Green Park

The People's Palace is a museum dedicated to the history of Glasgow and is located in Glasgow Green Park.

Glasgow Green Park

Dating from the fifteenth century, the oldest park in Glasgow. By the River Clyde.

Glasgow Tower

Glasgow Tower offers 'unrivalled views over the city and surrounding countryside'.

Glasgow University

The fourth oldest university in the UK behind St Andrews in Scotland and Oxford and Cambridge in Engalnd. Lord Kelvin and Adam Smith, James Watt and Joseph Lister.