Bellahouston Park 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, , G41 5BW
Inspired by an original Charles Rennie Mackintosh design, House for an Art Lover invites visitors to view its elegant interiors and enjoy its contemporary cafe and design shop.
the Tourist Information Centre, George Square, Glasgow, Scotland, Glasgow, , G2 1
Spend some quality time with family/friends doing something a bit different. Solve the clues exploring in your home town or when visiting somewhere new, working as a team and having lots of fun.
Glasgow Road, Stirling, , FK7 0LJ
Historic battlefield with famous Bruce statue. Exhibition of Scottish wars of independence and audiovisual film of the Battle of Bannockburn. Gift shop. Cafe.
Castle Avenue Uddington, Glasgow, , G71 8BL
The largest and finest 13thC stone castle in Scotland, in a beautiful setting overlooking the River Clyde. Part of the original keep survives.
Strathclyde Regional Council 51 Cadogen Street, Glasgow, , G2 7QB
University of Strathclyde 22 Richmond Street, Glasgow, , G1 1XQ
Contemporary art gallery showing programme of around 12 exhibitions per year ranging from fine arts and applied art to video, installations, photography and design.
178 West Regent Street, Glasgow, , G2 4RL
The oldest established contemporary gallery in the West of Scotland, widely acknowledged as a leader in the discovery of some of Britain's most successful young artists.
Flat 2/2 83 Cuthbertson St, Glasgow, , G42 7JH
Cosybike, Hase Pino, Tandem Bicycle and Hobie Mirage, Pedal Kayak Hire Scotland
Off Brockburn Road Pollock, Glasgow, , G43 1
Standing on the site of a castle ruin originally built in the 12thC, the present tower house dates from the early 15thC. The tower has links with Mary Queen of Scots.
148 West Regent Street, Glasgow, , G2 2RQ
Specialises in British, mainly Scottish, 19th and 20th Century drawings, paintings and sculpture.
Queen Street, Glasgow, , G1 3AZ
Four floors, each offering a gallery themed on one of the 4 elements: fire, air, earth, water. Fashionable roof top cafe with panoramic views across the city.
730 Great Western Road, Glasgow, , G12 0UE
Glasgow Botanic Gardens are best known for their tropical plant collections. These include the national collections of dendrobium orchids and begonias.
Castle Street, Glasgow, , G4 0QZ
This splendid gothic building dates in part to the 12thC, and was founded by St Mungo, the city's patron saint.
12 Rose Street, Glasgow, , G3 6RB
Throughout 2000, Glasgow Film Theatre will host film festivals, gala premieres, celebrity lectures, and live musical accompaniments.
22 and 25 King Street, Glasgow, , G1 5QP
Wide-ranging monthly exhibitions programme of contemporary prints, paintings and sculpture from the international to the best of Scottish.
167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, , G3 6RQ
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow School of Art is one of the most influential and significant buildings of the 20thC.
Flenders Road Clarkston, Glasgow, , G76 8RB
Often called a 'hidden jewel', the 2.5 acres of walled garden and 13 acres of grounds surround an elegant Georgian house, built in 1763.
Caledonian University City Campus, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, , G4 0BA
The Heatherbank Museum exists to increase public awareness of the social welfare needs of society, particularly those who are disadvantaged.
University of Glasgow 82 Hillhead Street, Glasgow, , G12 8QQ
The gallery houses the University of Glasgow's outstanding art collections. The Mackintosh House comprises rooms from the home of the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
University of Glasgow University Avenue, Glasgow, , G12 8QQ
The oldest museum in Scotland, located within the Gothic splendor of the University, houses displays of archaeology, ethnography, coins, medals and geology.