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Burell Collection

Burell Collection

The Burrell Collection, held by many to be one of the world´s finest private art collections, was donated by industrialist Sir William Burrell to the City of Glasgow. It includes everything from Chinese porcelain to paintings by Renoir and Cézanne.
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Glasgow School of Art

Architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh is omnipresent in the city. He worked mainly in the Art Nouveau style, and the 1898 Glasgow School of Art is considered his masterpiece.
Celtic Park

Celtic Park

The football club, Glasgow Celtic, was founded in the 1880’s by two Irish priests, and the club’s fans create a great atmosphere at their games. Tickets can be bought at the club’s shops in Glasgow.
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Auchentoshan Distillery

Scotland is the home of whisky. The distillery closest to the city is Auchentoshan, offering daily tours and tastings. A joy for any who loves whisky.
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Glasgow Rangers

In the 1870’s, four young fellows met to talk about their dream - to have their own football club. Glasgow Rangers Football Club was founded soon after, and the rest is history... Tickets to games and club merchandise can be bought at the club’s shop on Buchanan Street. Look at their website for match dates, etc.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

The Gardens with its beautiful Kibble Palace, are located in Glasgow’s West End, and after spending a day walking around the lively city it is bliss to rest your senses here. Concerts, exhibitions, talks, guided tours and children’s activities throughout the seasons. A full events programme is available at the Botanic office.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Visit one of Scotland's most popular free attractions. There are plenty to see and it has state-of-the-art galleries displaying an amazing 8,000 objects. This is also a great place for children; the museum provides lots of interactive shows that will appeal the younger viewers.
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City Chambers

City Chambers is located in the heart of Glasgow and considered as one of the city's most important and prestigious buildings. You will find the property on the George Square and it was completed in 1888. The place is open for public if you would like to take a tour, and if you do, notice the amazing marble details inside.
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