Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Concert Hall is a multi-purpose venue, presenting a varied programme of music and cultural events as well as hosting exhibitions, conferences and meetings.
A true city landmark and the tallest hotel building in the country, the Hilton Glasgow hotel is ideally located for the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside of London, with a variety of shops from high street chains to exclusive chic boutiques. The city’s art galleries, theatres and museums are all within easy reach.
Topgolf Glasgow is the premier entertainment destination in Glasgow with 72 heated bays over 3 floors, Toptracer games, complimentary clubs, rooftop terrace and bar, event spaces, music, live sport and much more.
Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Scottish Event Campus is the UK's largest integrated conference and exhibition centre.
Glasgow Science Centre
Contemporary excellence in a unique setting, Glasgow Science Centre is a £75 million collection of attractions to illuminate, intrigue, inspire and fire your imagination!
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Hampden - Scotland's National Stadium
Hampden Park, Scotland’s National Stadium offers high quality meeting spaces, combined with top class service, and award winning menus to create a memorable event experience.
Tramway is an international art-space and conference venue situated just minutes for the city centre in Glasgow’s south side.
Merchant Square in the heart of Glasgow's Merchant City is home to an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants set within a covered courtyard. Available for private hire events for up to 1810 people, Merchant Square is your best choice for an unusual venue.
Awe inspiring to people of all ages, with prams, trains, trams, buses and bicycles, this collection transports you on a journey that is both historic and personal.
Crowne Plaza Glasgow
Crowne Plaza Glasgow is an ideal place to host the most sophisticated of events. Situated on the banks of the River Clyde.