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Bowling

  • Bowlarama - Bowling, Drinking, Dancing and Dining
  • Hollywood Bowl: Glasgow Springfield Quay - Take a ride to Hollywood, when you visit our Hollywood Bowl Glasgow Springfield Quay centre. With great lanes and fantastic deals on food and drinks, it’s the perfect place to make happy memories with family and friends.

Heritage

  • The Tall Ship - The Tall Ship is an independent museum committed to the preservation and interpretation of the Glenlee and the maritime history of the area for the benefit of local people and visitors to Glasgow.
  • Titan Clydebank - Clyde crane, visitor and heritage centre.

Classes

Climbing

For Kids

  • Laser Station - Multi-level area for up to 30 players laser tag.
  • Climbzone - Climbzone, Braehead is Glasgow’s premier indoor adventure park. A perfect playground for all ages and thrill seekers and home to UK’s tallest indoor slide!
  • The Experience - The Experience is an award-winning, five-star themed entertainment and events venue just minutes from Braehead. Owned by the Kibble Group, one of Scotland’s oldest child and youth care charities, The Experience houses Scotland’s only indoor electric go-karting track plus laser tag, the Refuel Café, and a conference centre.
  • The Loading Bay - Indoor skateboard and bike park
  • See also For Kids

Tours

Markets

Escape Rooms

Sports

Adventure Golf

Events/Festivals

Bars with Entertainment

Boat Trips

Comedy Clubs

Exhibitions

Museums

General

Heritage

  • The Tenement House - An authentic time capsule of life in early 20th-century Glasgow
  • Trades House Virtual Museum - The aim of the website is to enable those with an interest in the Trades House and the 14 Incorporations to view the interior of the Halls, the artefacts used in the Trades House, the names and images of many of the Deacons and Visitor and the names of past members of the Incorporations etc. The site will also be useful for those involved in Genealogy or have an interest in the history of Glasgow.

Transport

Art

Natural History

Sport

Military/Police

Religion

Science

  • Legacies of Slavery in Glasgow Museums and Collections - Historians have argued that Scotland’s relationship with transatlantic slavery is enveloped in a sort of ‘collective amnesia’ – a widespread lack of awareness of how our country participated in both the slave trade and slavery. This is true for Glasgow as much as it is for Scotland as a nation. Our city participated fully in the slavery economy, yet the journey of re-discovery and coming to terms with that participation is still in its infancy, and it has a long way to go yet.

Theatres

Art Galleries

Parks & Gardens

Cinemas

History

Science

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