Glasgow

There's an old saying that Edinburgh is the capital but Glasgow has the capital. This dates back to the late 19th century, when Glasgow was the "Second City of the Empire". It was a thriving, cultivated city grown rich on the profits from its cotton mills, coal mines and shipyards, and a city that knew how to flaunt its wealth.

  • Local Sights & Activities for Glasgow

    Popular Visitor Attractions

    M & Ds Amusement Park

    Known as 'Scotland's Theme Park', M& D's is an amusement park in Strathclyde Park, featuring thriller rides and roller coasters, plus amusements for younger children.