Visit Glasgow – Scotland’s City of Culture

Glasgow is steeped in culture, and is the perfect destination for a break that will challenge and stretch you intellectually. If you feel like soaking up art, architecture, theatre and music, head to Glasgow for a cultural city break. Simply check out Glasgow hotels for accommodation that suits.

One of Glasgow’s biggest and best cultural attractions is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Rated the number two attraction on TripAdvisor, this vast museum is home to no less than 22 themed, state of the art galleries.

There’s so much to see and do at the Kelvingrove that you’ll want to spend at least one full day taking in the exhibitions that interest you. You can break up your day with a pit stop at the KG café which, overlooking the beautiful Kelvingrove park, is a great place to digest all that you have seen over a light lunch or snack.

Kelvingrove, Glasgow, Architecture, Building, Museum

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The Kelvingrove is also very family friendly, and has exhibits to suit all ages. The full size spitfire and the ‘Creature of the Past’ exhibits are particular favourites with little boys.

One of the best things about the Kelvingrove, especially for those travelling on a budget, is that it is free to enter. If you are travelling with children who you want to introduce to accessible art and culture, the Kelvingrove is the perfect place to take them for a fun, free and educational day out.

You can also keep the cost of your trip down by checking out the hotels in Glasgow from Travelodge. There are several Travelodge hotels to choose from in the Glasgow area, so you can choose the one that’s perfect for you. You can also choose from double, twin and family rooms, so there’s accommodation to suit every group.

This museum really is a must see, but Glasgow has many other cultural highlights. Explore them on a Glasgow budget break guaranteed to engage your brain and expand young minds.

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