Glasgow Science Centre
The world's last ocean-going paddle steamer (built in 1947), cruises Scotland's west coast in summer, with many different routes; the...
Loch Lomond Seaplanes
Leaving from the Cameron House Hotel just north of Balloch, this offers a variety of scenic flights over the loch and western Scotland.
Also known as the Armadillo because of its bizarre shape, the Clyde adjoins the SECC auditorium, and caters for big national and...
78 Cafe Bar
More a comfortable lounge than your typical veggie restaurant, this offers cosy couch seating and reassuringly solid wooden tables, as...
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Lonely Planet review
This ultramodern science museum will keep the kids entertained for hours (that's middle-aged kids, too!). It brings science and technology alive through hundreds of interactive exhibits on four floors: a bounty of discovery for inquisitive minds. There's also an IMAX theatre (see www.cineworld.com for current screenings), a rotating 127m high observation tower ; a planetarium, and a Science Theatre , with live science demonstrations. To get here, take bus 89 or 90 from Union St.