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Discover Glasgow Virtually

Welcome to our virtual Glasgow hub, featuring unique Scottish products to purchase and links to informative and inspirational content. We hope this gives you a taste of Glasgow’s culture, heritage and warm welcome, while you join online.

Have a great conference and share your experiences using #VirtualGlasgow

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The iconic Glasgow tearooms were originally opened in 1903 by Miss Cranston and designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Experience Mackintosh at the Willow by taking a Virtual Tour and why not also recreate one of the delicious recipes from the tearooms at home!

Experience Glasgow at Home

A range of resources, recipes and activities to help you get a real taste of Glasgow at home!


Below you will find articles and resources to help you experience some of what the city of Glasgow has to offer, virtually, from iconic Glasgow film locations to facts about Highland cattle, there is plenty for you to enjoy from home:

Experience Glasgow Virtually
Immerse yourself in Glasgow's culture, discover the vibrant arts and music scene and be inspired by the city's makers and creatives.

Top Film & TV Locations in Glasgow
From Hollywood films to hit TV shows, many productions have been drawn to Glasgow due to the incredible range of architecture and unique grid street system.

Seven Things you Didn't Know about Glasgow's Highland Cattle
Melissa Sinclair started her career as an apprentice Livestock Handler at Pollok Country Park in 2010, and here, she shares seven things that you might not know about Glasgow’s very own Highland cattle.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Just as Barcelona has Gaudí and Chicago has Frank Lloyd Wright, Glasgow has the Art Nouveau magic of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Glasgow City of Innovation
In the UK, Glasgow has the largest academic community outside London and conducts world leading research in the fields of life sciences, engineering, science and technology.

The Burrell Collection 
The world-famous Burrell Collection re-opens in Glasgow in 2022. Explore the top 30 highlights from this stunning collection online now.


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