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Whatever the weather or time of year, there’s always a great choice of days out in and around our city.
AirSpace is over 100 interconnected trampolines; a huge spring-loaded urban playground! Solo or social – how you jump is up to you. You can freestyle jump or join in with team sports as you’ve never experienced them before.
Blair Drummond Safari Park
Here you experience one of the best value for money days out Scotland has to offer. From the wildlife animal reserves to the adventure playground and many more attractions, there is plenty of fun and excitement for all the family.
Climbzone is an indoor adventure playground, with three exciting activities for thrill seekers aged seven and over. The climbing walls here are 11m high with challenges to suit all levels and abilities. Advance booking recommended.
Deep Sea World
Deep Sea World is located beneath the world-famous Forth Rail Bridge. Over 40 displays, including the 4.5 million litre underwater safari with its walkthrough tunnel, are home to hundreds of fascinating underwater creatures.
Beneath Drygate’s seven peaks you can discover a diverse range of unique industrial spaces which include The Beer Hall, The Brew House Restaurant, The Event Space, Outdoor Terrace, Bottle Shop and Brewery.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Glasgow Botanic Gardens is a place of beauty, tranquility and contemplation. It aims to demonstrate to all visitors how the plants on display are the air we breathe, the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the medicine we take.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was an architect, designer and artist, was one of Scotland’s most influential creative figures. Glasgow Mackintosh lets you plan a great day out while visiting some iconic Mackintosh buildings.
Holmwood House has been described as Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s finest domestic design. It was built in 1857-8 for James Couper, a local businessman and many rooms are richly ornamented in wood, plaster and marble.
House for an Art Lover
Inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, House for an Art Lover combines art gallery and exhibition space, café, multipurpose artists studios and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.
The interiors of Pollok House are fabulous and visitors will be delighted by the furnishings, silverware and amazing collection of paintings here. It is hard to believe it is only a few miles away from the city centre.
RSPB Lochwinnoch is one of the few wetlands left in west Scotland and is an ideal day out for all the family. It is the perfect spot to see wildlife and watch whooper swans, wigeons, otters and great crested grebes.
Step aboard Sweeney’s Cruises and you step into something out of the ordinary. At Sweeney’s Cruises you will find the luxury fleet of boats are equipped for all types of cruises, all against the beautiful backdrop of Loch Lomond.
Operated by Scotland’s very own World Food Travel Association Ambassador, Tasting Scotland’s connections to top culinary and whisky connoisseurs mean you enjoy a rare insight directly from the people who matter.
An award-winning, 5 star entertainment and events venue located close to the city centre. It’s your one-stop destination for fun with Scotland’s only indoor electric go-karting track, laser tag arena, conference centre and café.
The National Piping Centre
The Great Highland Bagpipe is perhaps the best known of Scotland’s musical instruments, the centre serves as the world centre for excellence in the promotion and study of the Great Highland Bagpipe.
The Tall Ship
The Tall Ship is a beautifully restored Victorian sailing ship, one of many that were built in Glasgow’s shipyards. Explore the interior that is now a museum with maritime exhibitions and learn about the history of the ship and shipyard.
The Tenement House
A typical Victorian flat of 1892 where little has changed since the early 20th century. It retains many of its original fittings, including the magnificent kitchen range, the bed recesses and many fascinating family items.
The Titan Crane is Scotland’s most unusual visitors attraction, it is all that remains of the once famous John Browns shipyard. Visitors can take tours that last approximately 1 hour and there is an exhibition and shop.
Tollcross Children’s Farm
Tollcross Children’s Farm is home to a wide variety of animals, there is lots to see and do here. Discover the fascinating world of animals and insects, from the usual farmyard favourites to the more unusual species.
World of Wings
World of Wings is Scotland’s largest bird of prey centre that aims to educate visitors and provide an enjoyable day out for all the family. There are many different birds including some unusual species such as parrots and a rhea!