The Best Landmark in Glasgow

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Glasgow, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


3 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0RB

Since 1471

Museum, House, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, St Nicholas Garden Collection, Workshops, School and Nurseries Programs, Family, Adult, Young People, Group Visits, Community Displays, Colleges & Universities Programs

Beautifully preserved, the “auld hoose” is furnished with a fine selection of 17th-century Scottish furniture donated by Sir William Burrell and a series of historic royal portraits - It is a medieval-period historic house museum

Mon - Thu & Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Fri & Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

The oldest house in Glasgow. Has had various uses over the years but started life housing the priests for St Mungo's Cathedral which sis just across the road. It is a three-storey house and displays lots of interesting artefacts from it's long years. It is extremely well presented with very knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff. There is a short video film which gives a condensed version of the very long history of the building. The garden is certainly well worth visiting too.

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Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G43 1AT

Since 1752

Museum, Landmarks, Historical Places, House, Architectural Buildings, Collection, Spanish Paintings, Castles, Houses, Arts and Authors, Gardens, Kitchen Cafe, Servant's Rooms, Picnic Area, Riverside & Woodland Walks

Free Admission for Members - The house designed by William Adam - The house also has an extensive garden, boasting a collection of over 1,000 species of rhododendrons - A grand country house with impressive artworks set in scenic Pollok Country Park

Price: Adult £6.50, Family £16.50, Single Adult Family £11.50 & Concession £5.00

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Visited Pollok House for the first time and even though spent my childhood at my grandmothers in Pollok never knew this existed and what a delight. It's a beautiful Victorian manor and staff dressed for the occasion showing you around the house. The grounds and park are fabulous with the river running through at the bottom of the house. Families could spend the whole day here walking having a picnic visiting the two shire horses in the stables lots to do around the grounds and the park.

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George Street, Glasgow G2 1DU

Since 1781

Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Tourist Attraction, Public Space, Famous Park, Green Space, Collection of Statues and Monuments, Events, War Memorial, Townhouses, Public Meetings, Political Gatherings, Protests, Celebrations, Ceremonies, Parades & Concerts

It existed as a park and green space for the people of Glasgow for over 150 years - An 80-foot-high (24 m) column in the centre celebrates author Walter Scott - Dedicated to Robert Burns, James Watt, Sir Robert Peel and Sir Walter Scott

Open 24 Hours

Much was going to happen to change this square but Glasgewians like myself would have objected. The centre piece is in front of the city chambers side. This is where we remember the dead of all the wars and atrocities. My grandparents would have walked through the square often and as a sign of continuity with the past and love for our forefathers this square has to stay exactly how it is. Kings and kingdoms may come and go but George Square has to remain true to our beloved ancestors.

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