Historic Attractions in Glasgow
Subcategory: Castles & Stately Homes, Heritage Centres & Ships, Lighthouses or Towns & Villages
Glasgow, G1 3NU
The Lighthouse - Scotland's Centre for Architecture and Design. Opened as the centrepiece of the 1999 Year of Architecture...
Glasgow, G43 1AT
Pollok House built in the elegant 18th century style for the Maxwell family.
Glasgow, G1 1EJ
One of the most elegant buildings in Glasgow's city centre, Hutchesons' Hall was built in 1802-5 to a design by David...
Cathcart, Glasgow, G44 3YG
Built for James Couper, mill owner, in 1857-58, Holmwood is possibly the finest domestic design by Alexander 'Greek' Thomson.
Glasgow, G3 8QQ
Welcome aboard the Tall Ship Glenlee. Built at Port Glasgow in 1896, she is one of only 5 Clydebuilt sailing ships...
Pollok, Glasgow, G51 3
The altered ruin of an unusual 15th-century castle, consisting of a central tower with four square corner towers, set...
|1||The Lighthouse||Glasgow, G1 3NU|
|2||Pollok House and Country Park (NTS)||Glasgow, G43 1AT|
|3||Hutchesons' Hall (NTS)||Glasgow, G1 1EJ|
|4||Holmwood House (NTS)||Cathcart, Glasgow, G44 3YG|
|5||Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour||Glasgow, G3 8QQ|
|6||Crookston Castle (HS)||Pollok, Glasgow, G51 3|
|7||Piping Centre||30-34 McPhater Street, Cowcaddens, Glasgow, G4 0HW|
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