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Gallery of Modern Art
G1 3AH
0141 229 1996
Name
Gallery of Modern Art
Address
Royal Exchange Square,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G1 3AH
Telephone
0141 229 1996
Fax
0141 204 5316
Website
Attractions Website
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In the heart of the city the Gallery of Modern Art houses four floors of today's finest painting, sculpture and installations from around the world. The gallery offers a thought-provoking programme of temporary exhibitions and workshops.
Glasgow Cathedral
G4 0QZ
0141 552 6891
Name
Glasgow Cathedral
Address
Cathedral Square,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G4 0QZ
Telephone
0141 552 6891
Fax
0141 552 0988
Website
Attractions Website
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One of the most magnificent buildings of medieval Scotland, it is a rare example of a complete pre-Reformation Scottish cathedral.
Glasgow Green
G1 5DB
0141 287 5098
Name
Glasgow Green
Address
Greendyke Street,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G1 5DB
Telephone
0141 287 5098
Website
Attractions Website
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Glasgow's oldest park extending for 129 acres has been the location for many political, social and sporting events for over 300 years. Glasgow Green's major structure is the recently restored Winter Gardens, containing a museum, cafe, toilets and disabled facilities. Another main feature is a two-acre children's play village and a major football-centre at Flesher's Haugh.
Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
G53 7NN
0141 276 9300
Name
Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
Address
200 Woodhead Road, Nitshill
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G53 7NN
Telephone
0141 276 9300
Fax
0141 276 9305
Website
Attractions Website
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This is a new purpose-built museum storage facility and visitor centre in Glasgow's south side, and includes Open Museum Resources (Glasgow Museums outreach Section). The building will house Kelvingrove's collections while it is being refurbished, and will continue to hold the reserve collection when it reopens in 2006.
Glasgow Necropolis
G4 0RH
0141 287 3961
Name
Glasgow Necropolis
Address
Castle Street, Cathedral Square
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G4 0RH
Telephone
0141 287 3961
Fax
0141 287 3960
Website
Attractions Website
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Adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral, this spectacular cemetery is renowned for it's beautifully designed tombs and excellent views over the City. The Necropolis is modelled on the famous Pere La Chaise Cemetery in Paris.
Glasgow Police Museum
G1 5PR
07788 532 691
Name
Glasgow Police Museum
Address
68 St Andrews Square,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G1 5PR
Telephone
07788 532 691
Website
Attractions Website
Email
curator@policemuseum.org.uk
At the Glasgow Police Museum you have the unique opportunity to step into the compelling and dramatic history of the United Kingdom's oldest police force. You will see into the history of the force with personalities telling the stories of the people who served in the Glasgow Police force (1800-1975).
Greenhill Covenanters House
ML12 6DT
01899 221050
Name
Greenhill Covenanters House
Address
Burn Braes,
Town
Biggar
Postcode
ML12 6DT
Telephone
01899 221050
Fax
01899 221050
Website
Attractions Website
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The museum takes one back to the troubled century of the signing on the national covenant, the civil war and the "Killing Times" when the men and women were hunted down for worshipping in the open fields rather than attend the state controlled churches.
The Glasgow School of Art
G3 6RQ
0141 353 4526
Name
The Glasgow School of Art
Address
167 Renfrew Street,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G3 6RQ
Telephone
0141 353 4526
Fax
0141 353 4746
Website
Attractions Website
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The Glasgow School of Art was Charles Rennie Mackintosh's greatest architectural achievement. Still a working art school, the regular guided tours take visitors through the corridors of this fascinating building, into the Mackintosh Room and furniture gallery, and finishing in one of the most celebrated interiors, the Mackintosh Library.
Glasgow Science Centre
G51 1EA
0141 420 5000
Name
Glasgow Science Centre
Address
50 Pacific Quay,
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G51 1EA
Telephone
0141 420 5000
Fax
0141 420 5011
Website
Attractions Website
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Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) is one of Scotland's must-see attractions. The Centre has over 300 interactive exhibits, shows, workshops, labs, the ScottishPower Planetarium, Scotland's only IMAX Cinema and the 127m Glasgow Tower. GSC encapsulates the world of science and technology in new, fun and exciting ways. You’ll be intrigued, challenged and have a great day out!
Glengoyne Distillery
G63 9LB
01360 550 254/229
Name
Glengoyne Distillery
Address
Dumgoyne,
Town
Nr Killearn
Postcode
G63 9LB
Telephone
01360 550 254/229
Fax
01360 550 094
Website
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Visit Scotland’s most beautiful distillery. Relax with a dram of Glengoyne single malt whisky in our reception room overlooking the waterfall and glen before enjoying a guided tour. No visit is complete without a look in our whisky shop which is full of different whiskies, gifts and collectables. Situated close to Loch Lomond on A81, 35 minutes drive from Glasgow.
Greenbank Garden
G76 8RB
0141 616 5126
Name
Greenbank Garden
Address
Flenders Road, Off Mearns Road
Town
Clarkston
Postcode
G76 8RB
Telephone
0141 616 5126
Fax
0141 616 0550
Website
Attractions Website
Email
 
An educational walled garden to inspire 'ordinary' garden owners with a very wide range of available plants. Currently over 3,500 species and varieties. The 25 plus areas within the walls provide ideas and interest through the full year. A programme of conducted walks and practical demonstrations is provided.
Hunter House Museum
G74 3LW
01355 261 261
Name
Hunter House Museum
Address
Maxwellton Road, Calderwood
Town
East Kilbride
Postcode
G74 3LW
Telephone
01355 261 261
Website
Attractions Website
Email
bobby.smith@southlanarkshire.gov.uk
Birthplace of the famous 18th Century surgeon brothers, John and William Hunter. Interactive displays give a fascinating insight into surgical techniques of the time and lives of the brothers. Also display on East Kilbride New Town.
The Hidden Gardens
G41 2PE
0141 433 2722
Name
The Hidden Gardens
Address
Tramway, 25 Albert Drive
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G41 2PE
Telephone
0141 433 2722
Fax
0141 332 0770
Website
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The Hidden Gardens have transformed a derelict industrial site adjoining the renowned Tramway International Arts Centre into a contemplative garden with dedicated artworks where visitors can find respite in a busy urban environment. The Hidden Garden is a sanctuary garden, which celebrates the diversity of nature and humanity. The design and planting within the space reflects this with a mixture of native and exotic species, many of which have been chosen because of their special significance to different cultures and belief systems.
The Hill House
G84 9AJ
01436 673 900
Name
The Hill House
Address
Upper Colquhoun Street,
Town
Helensburgh
Postcode
G84 9AJ
Telephone
01436 673 900
Fax
01436 674 685
Website
Attractions Website
Email
 
Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece, an icon of design, commands stunning views over the River Clyde. His original furniture and fittings are still in situ. Changing exhibitions of modern furniture; textiles; glass; silverware; metalwork; lighting and lettering by today's masters, pay tribute to Mackintosh's genius.
Holmwood House
G44 3YU
0141 637 2129
Name
Holmwood House
Address
61-63 Netherlee Road, Cathcart
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G44 3YU
Telephone
0141 637 2129
Fax
0141 637 2129
Website
Attractions Website
Email
holmwood@nts.org.uk
 
Designed and built by Alexander 'Greek' Thomson, the architectural style of the house is a picturesque adaptation of classical Greek. An ongoing conservation project. The newly established Study Centre for Alexander Thomson with a permanent Thomson exhibition on display.
House for an Art Lover
G41 5BW
0141 353 4770
Name
House for an Art Lover
Address
Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G41 5BW
Telephone
0141 353 4770
Fax
0141 353 4771
Website
Attractions Website
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House for an Art Lover is inspired by original designs from Glasgow’s most celebrated son of architecture, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Set in beautiful parkland adjacent to walled gardens, the House features a permanent exhibition of decorative furnished rooms, realised by contemporary artists. Also features the Art Lovers' Shop and Café.
Hunter House Museum
G74 3LW
01355 261 261
Name
Hunter House Museum
Address
Maxwellton Road, Calderwood
Town
East Kilbride
Postcode
G74 3LW
Telephone
01355 261 261
Website
Attractions Website
Email
 
Birthplace of the famous 18th Century surgeon brothers, John and William Hunter. Interactive displays give a fascinating insight into surgical techniques of the time and lives of the brothers. Also display on East Kilbride New Town.
Hunterian Art Gallery
G12 8QQ
0141 330 5431
Name
Hunterian Art Gallery
Address
University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G12 8QQ
Telephone
0141 330 5431
Fax
0141 330 3618
Website
Attractions Website
Email
The award-winning Art Gallery forms part of the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery at the University of Glasgow. The University Art collection, which includes the estates of C.R. Mackintosh and J.M. Whistler as well as one of the most important print collections in Scotland, attracts visitors from around the world.
Hunterian Museum
G12 8QQ
0141 330 4221
Name
Hunterian Museum
Address
The University of Glasgow, University Avenue
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G12 8QQ
Telephone
0141 330 4221
Fax
0141 330 3617
Website
Attractions Website
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The University of Glasgow's Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery is home to one of the top five collections in Scotland, with over a million items ranging from meteorites to mummies. Explore dinosaurs, early man, Roman legionnaires and much more at the Museum. Just opposite, visit the Mackintosh House and displays including Rembrandt, Whistler and Scottish Painting in the Art Gallery.
Huntershill Village
G64 1RP
0141 772 7745
Name
Huntershill Village
Address
100 Crowhill Road,
Town
Bishopbriggs
Postcode
G64 1RP
Telephone
0141 772 7745
Fax
0141 772 7490
 
Visit Scotland's Political Martyrs Memorial Cairn to Thomas Muir of Huntershill. Light meals & beverages served in the Thomas Muir Coffee Shop. All food & cakes made on the premises. Garden & Gift Shop, Pets & Aquatic Centre. Also picture gallery & stained glass workshop.
Hutchesons' Hall
G1 1EJ
0141 552 8391
Name
Hutchesons' Hall
Address
The National Trust for Scotland, 158 Ingram Street
Town
Glasgow
Postcode
G1 1EJ
Telephone
0141 552 8391
Fax
0141 552 7031
Website
Attractions Website
Email
 
Hutchesons' Hall, one of the most elegant buildings in Glasgow, was built in 1802-1805 to a design by David Hamilton in memory of the Hutcheson Brothers. John Baird’s 1876 reconstruction heightened the hall and provided an impressive staircase. There is a gallery selling contemporary Scottish designs.
James Hamilton Heritage Park
G74 5LB
01355 276 611
Name
James Hamilton Heritage Park
Address
Stewartfield Way,
Town
East Kilbride
Postcode
G74 5LB
Telephone
01355 276 611
Fax
01355 276 605
 
Situated on the outskirts of East Kilbride, the park features a 16 acre loch, bird sanctuary and children's play areas. Various watersports, pedaloes, courses in canoeing, sailing & windsurfing and funboats. Small visitor centre and café. The watersports centre is open from April-October.
John Hastie Museum
ML10 6DX
01357 521 257
Name
John Hastie Museum
Address
8 Threestanes Road,
Town
Strathaven
Postcode
ML10 6DX
Telephone
01357 521 257
Fax
01357 521 257
Website
Attractions Website
Email
Sitting on the edge of Strathaven Park, this local museum dates back to the 1920s. Museum displays focus on life of area including it's agricultural & weaving history & character of community which bred Covenanters in 1600s & a radical revolt in 1800s.

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