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Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum
Charts the history of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, as well as previous regiments, from 1678 to the present. The walls are dripping with...
For a time-capsule experience, visit this small apartment in a typical tenement building, offering a vivid insight into middle-class...
Glasgow School of Art
Charles Rennie Mackintosh's greatest building – extensively damaged by fire in 2014, and due to re-open in 2018 – still fulfils its...
King's Theatre hosts mainly musicals; on rare occasions there are variety shows, pantomimes and comedies.
This elegant Cantonese oasis is one of Scotland's most authentic Chinese restaurants; indeed, it's quite a surprise after a traditional...
421 Sauchiehall St · interesting places nearby
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On the rowdy Sauchiehall strip, students from the nearby School of Art make the buzz here reliably friendly. If you're over 35, you'll feel like a professor not a punter, but retro decor, a big selection of tap and bottled beers, 3am closing, and nightly alternative live music downstairs followed by a club at weekends make this a winner.
A couple of similar options alongside mean that you can pick and choose. There's also popular, cheap Tex-Mex food here (dishes £6 to £9).