Glasgow, one of the important economical centers of Scotland, was one of the first cities to rebrand itself into a tourist attraction. The city has the lot to offer, however, if you have a few days to spend there, here are the top 10 must see places to go:
1. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The Kelvingrove is a large, grand museum in Glasgow. It has displays on a wide range of things, from fossil giant elks and ichthyosaurs through ancient Egypt to domestic violence, mental health, and sectarianism in Glasgow and the art of the Scottish Colourists, the Glasgow Boys, and Charles Rennie Macintosh.
There are also various things from the Victorian Great Exhibitions held in the area.
It is very child-friendly too. Apart from the fascination, most small children seem to have with fossils and ancient Egypt, there are lots of buttons to press and places to crawl through and displays at child height.
The most famous exhibit in the museum is the magnificent Dali painting of Christ.