Why not visit Tennents Brewery and take a tour of Scotland’s much loved Lager that has been brewing for the last 450 years. Tours will take you around the brewery showing you how it’s made and at the end, you get a wee taster of some of the blends created within the distillery itself. Or if you fancy learning a new skill in culinary delights or cocktails master classes then try Tennents Training Academy. To get there either you can use the hop on hop off bus to make your way there or can make it from High street station 2 stops on the train from Queen Street Station.
If you want to discover more of Scotland than just Glasgow then we recommend using our Scottish tour partner Rabbie's Small Group Tours. Rabbie's multi-award winning tours take you through the stunning Highlands and to some of Scotland's most famous sights such as Loch Ness, Sterling Castle and the Isle of Skye. Day tours are available or if you plan on a longer excursion there are 3-day tours leaving from Glasgow also.
For more information visit the Rabbie's website.
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0.2 miles | Hop On Hop Off Tour Bus
Enjoy the guided tour of our wonderful city with incredibly knowledgeable tour guides who will take you through Glasgow's vibrant history.
1.3 miles | People's Palace & Winter Gardens
Set in the historic Glasgow Green, you will find a truly amazing collections of photographs, artefacts, film and a detailed history of Glasgow during the Industrial Revolution.
1.8 miles | Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
One of Glasgow most stunning buildings the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum displays over 8000 objects. The museums 22 state-of-art galleries host items such as paintings and sculptures, European weapons and armour and many relics from before and during Scotland's history.
2.3 miles | glasgowsciencecentre.org
The Glasgow Science Centre one of Scotland's must see attractions. The science centre aims to present science concepts in a way that will inspire, challenge and engage to increase awareness of science for all in Scotland.
5 Miles | Burrell Collection
Nestled in the picturesque Pollok Country Park this buidling boasts a wonderful collection in a scenic location. One of the greatest collections ever amassed by a single person with over 9000 antiques and objects, Sir William Burrell's collection one to be visited and admired.
1 Mile | gsa.ac.uk
Visit one of Europe's leading university-level institutions for the visual creative disciplines. Experience the history of the school and the architecture of the building with the Mackintosh at the GSA Tour or have a learn about Glasgow's creative past with the Glasgow Style City Walking Tour.
2.4 Miles | glasgowbotanicgardens.com
Here is the perfect escape from the buzzing city centre. The Botanic Gardens with its riverside walks, woodland copses and exotic tropical areas to discover, this park has so much to take in to explore. You can enjoy a nice hot drink in the tearoom in the gardens whilst taking in your beautiful surroundings.
4.2 Miles | Riverside Transport Museum
At the Riverside Transport Museum you can view a huge number of the world's finest cars, trams, bicycles, locomotives and ship models with interactive displays and exhibitions.
30.7 Miles | lochlomond-trossachs.org
Loch Lomond is only 45 minutes on the train from Queen Street Station. At the National Park you can take a cruise or drive through stunning landscapes and wildlife with views second to none.
Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, is only 50 minutes on the train from the nearby Queen Street Station.