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.
Hard Rock Cafe
Blending the city’s historic feel with the energy and vibe of the Hard Rock brand, Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow is housed in the City’s ‘Style Mile’ at 179 Buchanan Street in the restored, renaissance-inspired, 1891 Athenaeum Theatre.
Proud host venue of Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony Celtic Park is now recognised as one of Europe’s top stadia and premier event venues.
Located just off Sauchiehall Street at Charing Cross, the Mitchell Complex sits at the heart of Glasgow's commercial district. With rail, coach, air and motorway connections close at hand, the venue is conveniently situated for all transport requirements.
WEST on the Green
Housed in the iconic Templeton building in Glasgow’s biggest park, Glasgow Green, WEST on the Green is home to our Brewery network, as well as our Beerhall-style Bar, Restaurant, Beer Garden and Venue.
Glasgow Science Centre
Contemporary excellence in a unique setting, Glasgow Science Centre is a £75m collection of attractions to illuminate, intrigue, inspire and fire your imagination!
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.
200 St Vincent Street is a dynamic concept in conference and business facilities located in the heart of Glasgow’s bustling commercial Centre.
Old Fruitmarket & City Halls
Prepare to be caught under the spell of the Old Fruitmarket & City Halls as soon as you walk through its doors. Hidden from view in the city's cultural Merchant City these two adjoining spaces combine to make an ideal venue for a variety of events from concerts and exhibitions to receptions and award ceremonies.
Scotland’s Centre for Architecture Design and the City is one of Europe’s most visited and renowned architecture and design centres, while also servicing as a hugely successful education ‘multiplex’ and hub for Scotland’s creative industries.