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What to see in Glasgow

Glasgow, situated on the River Clyde, is a city that has continually reinvented itself from a shipbuilding colossus to a vibrant cultural and artistic hub. The port area of Glasgow, in particular, is replete with activities and attractions that showcase the city's rich history and contemporary flair.

One of the most compelling attractions near Glasgow Port is the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel. Housed in a strikingly modern building designed by renowned architect Zaha Hadid, this award-winning museum offers a fascinating journey through Glasgow's transportation history. The museum's exhibits cover everything from locomotives and trams to skateboards and cars, reflecting the city's industrial past and technological evolution. The interactive displays and walk-through street scenes from different eras offer a captivating experience for all ages. The museum also incorporates the Tall Ship, the Glenlee, moored outside on the Clyde. This restored 19th-century sailing ship offers a glimpse into the life of sailors and the city's shipbuilding heritage, making it an essential visit for maritime enthusiasts.

A short distance from the port, The Clydeside Distillery presents a unique opportunity to explore Scotland's famous whisky industry. This distillery, located in a former pump house on the banks of the Clyde, offers a blend of Glasgow's industrial heritage and the fine art of whisky making. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn about the distillery's process, from grain to glass, and enjoy a tasting of their single malt Scotch whisky. The tours not only delve into the specifics of whisky production but also touch on the story of the Clyde and its integral role in Glasgow's development. The distillery's visitor centre and shop provide a chance to take home a bottle of local whisky as a souvenir.

For those looking to explore the outdoors, a visit to Glasgow Green and the People's Palace provides an opportunity to delve into the city's social history and enjoy green space. Glasgow Green, the city's oldest park, offers sprawling lawns, scenic walking paths and historical monuments, including the Doulton Fountain and the Nelson Monument. At the heart of the park is the People's Palace, a museum dedicated to the history of Glasgow and its people. The museum's exhibits chronicle the life and times of Glaswegians from the 18th century to the present, offering insights into the city's cultural fabric. The adjacent Winter Gardens, a large Victorian glasshouse, offer a lush, tranquil spot to relax among tropical plants and flowers.

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