Glasgow To Do List

Is it just my imagination or does it feel like Glasgow is the coolest place on earth this year? With amazing events like Radio One’s Big Weekend and The MTV music awards coming to town this year for the music lovers.  For sports fans we have the much anticipated Commonwealth Games happening in the summer, The Ryder Cup close by in a few months and just announced this week we’re even getting the BBC SPOTY awards in December.  It is going to be a magical year for our fabulous city and I am excited to be apart of it.
So what do we need for the millions of people flocking to our fair city? A To Do List of course, okay I won’t lie I just really enjoy making lists but who knows you ‘weegies may even fancy trying to make your way through a few of these too.
If you live in Glasgow and this City is not one of the great loves of your life..your doing life wrong! Enjoy your city it’s Totes Amazeballs!!
Geeks guide to Glasgow

The Glasgow To Do List

Places to Eat & Drink!

Eat at Ubiquitous Chip
Have ice cream at Equis main shop in Hamilton
Have tea at Tchai Ovna
Have a dram at the Pot Still
Eat at Roganos
Have a Chocolate Samosa for dessert at The Richmond
Have a decedant afternoon tea at The Willow Tea Rooms
Get dressed up an go for cocktails at the Salon Bar in Blythswood Squre
Get a delicious coffee from Papercup on Great Western Road
Get hot doughnuts at the Barras
Have an curry at Mother India
Have a beer in Curlers Rest

Places to Go

Go see a movie at the Grosvenor Cinema
Go to the Kelvingrove Museum – find the Motherless Statue & The Elephant
Go to a football game at Hampden
Visit the Necropolis
Go see beer being brewed at West Brewery
Visit the gorgeous gardens at Pollock House
Visit Glasgow University Cloisters
Admire Charles Rennie MacKintosh work at Glasgow School of Art

Things to Do

Go to see a comedy gig at The Stand
See a concert at King Tuts
Ring the bell on the Tall Ship at the Riverside Museum….You know you want to!
Complete the Subway Crawl
Be a tourist for the day and ride the Glasgow Sightseeing bus tour
Stay the night at Blythswood Square
Get Your picture taken with the Duke of Wellington statue wearing his cone
See the view of Glasgow from  Lighthouse viewing platform
Have a picnic at the Botanical Gardens on a beautiful sunny day
Go vintage shopping around Byres Road – especially Starry Starry Night on Dowanside Lane
Take the lift to the top of the Titan Crane
Take a boat trip down the clyde
Visit the The Science Center at sunset to take pictures

Events to Attend

Go see the West End Fesitval Parade
See a film at the Glasgow Film Festival
Go Ice Skating in George Square at Christmas
Go to Glasgow Mela at Kelvingrove Park
Get involved with the Merchant City Festival
See a Panto at The Pavilion
See a Bard in the Botanics production at the Botanics

i love you glasgow

(4) Comments

  • scotlandeatsout
    22nd May 2014 at 5:54 pm

    Great idea Pam 🙂

    • scotlandeatsout
      22nd May 2014 at 5:55 pm

      Loads of great suggestions,it’s certainly gave us some great ideas.

      • Glasgow Food Geek
        22nd May 2014 at 9:46 pm

        Thanks…let me know if you get round to doing any, pictorial evidence is mandatory 🙂

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