Glasgow at night
P l a c e s . t o.. V i s i t

The Burrell Collection, Glasgow
World-famous collection of decorative and fine arts gifted to Glasgow by Sir William Burrell. Displayed in a specially designed building in Pollok Country Park. (Open: All year)

 Charles Rennie Mackintosh
This Glasgow architect's work can be seen in Glasgow School of Art, the Willow Tea Room, Scotland Street School and Mackintosh House (Hunterian Art Gallery).(Open: Various)

 Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Glasgow's newest art gallery. Exhibits reflect the four natural elements of earth, fire, air and water. (Open: All year)

 Museum of Transport, Glasgow
Displays include Glasgow trams and buses, locomotives, horse-drawn vehicles, Scottish-built cars and shipbuilding on the Clyde. Cafeteria. (Open: All year)

 New Lanark Visitor Centre, New Lanark
Industrial village founded in 1785, scene of early experiments in paternalistic care for workers. Exhibitions. Shop. Working machinery. (Open: All year)

 Summerlee Heritage Trust, Coatbridge Interprets the social and industrial history of west of Scotland communities in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Includes Scotland's only working electric tramway. (Open: All year)

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