Arts and culture attractions in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley

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  • Biggar Puppet Theatre, Biggar, South Lanarkshire
    Biggar Puppet Theatre
  • The David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire
    David Livingstone Centre
  • A reconstruction of the living room of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's house at the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow.
    Hunterian Art Gallery
  • Exhibition at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
    Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
  • The Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre at Trongate 103 - a centre for the arts and creativity in the Merchant City, Glasgow.
    Trongate 103

Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley has a number of arts and culture attractions including arts centres and comedy and music venues. Enjoy a great night out by visiting one of the region’s cinemas or theatres for great movies, music and dance performances.

Visit the astounding Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery to see one of the most distinguished art collections in the country with works by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Whistler.

Lose yourself amongst the impressive art and colossal objects of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Inside this beautiful red sandstone building you can wander around two floors and discover a WWII spitfire, a fantastic display full of white floating heads, and animals of all shapes and sizes.

The Theatre Royal is home to Scotland’s resident companies, Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet and the prestigious Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Find out if you can master skills from days gone by at the 18th century handloom Weaver’s Cottage in Kilbarchan, which houses the last of the 800 looms from the 1830s. Spinning wheels and a loom are available for the whole family to try.

Browse the listings of arts and culture attractions in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley and plan your creative day out today.

And be sure to check out a Visual Arts Glasgow, an amazing new resource for visitors interested in Glasgow's vibrant visual arts scene. This mobile-savvy web portal draws together Facebook, twitter, YouTube and vimeo content direct from over 40 museums, festivals, galleries and studios across the city to keep you up to date with the latest news.

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  1. The Albany

    Type

    Dance

    Gradings

    • Awaiting Grading
    Awaiting Grading

    Greenock

    Welcome to The Albany

  2. Gradings

    Glasgow West End

    Odeon Springfield Quay is located on Paisley Road by the Kingston Bridge in the west end of Glasgow.

  3. The Lighthouse

    Type

    Arts Centres

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    The Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture

  4. Leiper Fine Art

    Type

    Arts Centres

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    Welcome to Leiper Fine Art Limited, offering contemporary art in a historic setting. Returned to a fine art gallery after eighty two years we offer a selection of original works and top quality prints by Scotland's leading artists.

  5. The Burrell Collection

    Type

    Galleries

    Gradings

    • 4 Museum
    4 Museum

    Glasgow South Side

    The Burrell Collection is one of the greatest art collections ever amassed by one person and consists of more than 8,000 objects.

  6. Foundation Glasgow

    Type

    Exhibitions

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    Foundation Glasgow is an exciting new exhibition at The Lighthouse in the city centre. It tells the story of Glasgow and its people from prehistory to the present day.

  7. Gradings

    Glasgow

    Glasgow Women's Library is no ordinary library. The only resource of its kind in Scotland and offer a rich programme of learning and events as well as housing our lending library and a wonderful treasure trove of historical and contemporary artefacts

  8. Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Paisley

    Paisley Museum opened in 1871. The building was designed by the well-known Glasgow architect John Honeyman and paid for by Sir Peter Coats of the famous Coats thread manufacturing family.

  9. Gradings

    • 3 Wildlife Experience
    3 Wildlife Experience

    Lanark

    Welcome to Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre & Wildlife Reserve

  10. The Experience

    Type

    Venues

    Gradings

    Glasgow South Side

    Welcome to The Experience

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