Glasgow’s Attractions , Scotland

{flickr|100|campaign} Being  the biggest and well known city in Scotland, located in the Central Belt of Scotland (west end, Clyde River banks)- close to Edinburgh, Glasgow whose population is more than 600,000 people in the city alone, and has more than 2 million inhabitants in the surrounding areas,  has attracts many visitors to come here by its a major industrial center with dynamic changes and different regeneration steps and is considered as an important piece of history for Scotland. And your trip will be memorable and amazing with many beautiful places in the third largest UK city.

 

Being one of the richest cities in the 19th Century up to the start of the next century, Glasgow’s center has an amazing collection of erected Edwardian and Victorian buildings. These buildings were designed with abundant interiors and amazing carved walls and stone works. Some of the great architectures in the city are the Clyde Auditorium, City Chambers, Glasgow Cathedral, Mitchell Library, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow University, the House for an Art Lover, Scotland Street School, Holmwood House, and the Willow Tea Room.

 

Glasgow also has a lot of art galleries and museums where people can enjoy visiting to enjoy the history and culture of the country. These galleries and museums are legacies of the Victorians. Glasgow city already has 13 galleries and museums aside from the ones outside the city. Some of the galleries and museums in Glasgow are the Burrell Collection, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow Science Center, Transmission Gallery, Street Level Photo Works, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, McLellan Galleries, Fossil Grove, Museum of Transport, Provand’s Lordship, Sharmanka, People’s Palace and Winter Gardens, Tenement House, St. Mungo’s Museum, The Glasgow Police Museum, Glasgow Maritime Museum, The Auchentoshan Distillery Visitor Center, and the Titan Crane.

 

Glasgow is also famous for its night life and entertainment, specifically music. For the past 20 years, the country has been famous for their music scenes. Some of the venues include King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut and the very popular Barrowland Ballroom. These places are currently getting international acclaim. There are a lot of places and venues where people can go to and have fun. Most of these places are showcasing live bands for their attractions and they are open all week long.