Departing from the Riverside Museum, Seaforce offers speedy all-weather powerboat jaunts along the Clyde. There's a variety of trips,...
Loch Lomond Seaplanes
This set-up uses the Clyde as its runway and will take you on scenic flights over Glasgow and Loch Lomond, or even run you up to Oban.
A traditional bar located in this trendy part of town, with changing guest ales and board games behind the bar for those lazy...
The Wau factor at this hole-in-the-wall Malaysian diner comes not just from the incredibly low prices but also the quality and...
Riverside Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The latest development along the Clyde is this visually impressive new museum, whose striking curved facades are the work of Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid. A transport museum forms the main part of the collection, featuring an excellent series of cars made in Scotland, plus assorted railway locos, trams, bikes (including the world's first pedal-powered bicycle from 1847) and model Clyde-built ships. An atmospheric recreation of a Glasgow shopping street from the early 20th century puts the vintage vehicles into a social context. The magnificent Tall Ship Glenlee , a beautiful three-master launched in 1896, is berthed alongside the museum. On board are displays about the ship's history, restoration and shipboard life during its heyday. The Riverside is west of the centre at Glasgow Harbour; you can reach it on bus 100 from the north side of George Sq, or via the Clyde Clippers boat service. There's also a cafe.