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Spend your morning at the Riverside Museum and enjoy a visual feast - the building itself is one of the most striking modern buildings in Scotland.
Inside, the museum houses all kinds of exhibits related to transport.
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When it comes to spending a couple of days in Scotland's largest city, Glasgow has plenty going on to keep you on your toes.
Begin your journey at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in the city's west end.
Situated by Kelvingrove Park, it's a magnificent structure of handsome red sandstone.
Just south of the River Clyde, you've got another chance to explore the works of one of the city's favourite sons, Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Head back to the city centre and head to the People's Palace & Winter Gardens on historic Glasgow Green, a fantastic free museum where you can learn the story of Glasgow's people (have you heard that they are amongst the friendliest people on the planet?! If you are feeling thirsty afterwards, grab a pew at the WEST Brewery bar, set in the beautiful Templeton Building on the edge of the Green.Head to the city centre and enjoy a bit of culture at Gallery of Modern Art (Go MA), housed in a stunning neoclassical building in Royal Exchange Square.Exhibitions regularly change and there is an events programme, too.If visiting the city for two consecutive days, a good idea is to take advantage of the 'hop on hop off' City Sightseeing tour bus, which takes in a number of Glasgow's attractions.Alternatively, you can use the Glasgow Subway to get round the city centre and the west end.