Thank you for choosing to stay at the Embassy Apartments, Glasgow. As one of the McQuade group of properties, we want your stay to be as enjoyable and hassle free as possible. We’ve put together a guide below on all things “Glasgow” to save you time and make sure your experience is so good, that you’ll want to come back repeatedly. Glasgow is a city that gives and receives in equal measure to its visitors and inhabitants. We hope that you will enjoy it as much as us.
THE RIVERSIDE MUSEUM AND TALL SHIP
If planes, trains, automobiles, and ships are something you or your family love, then you’ll have to pay a visit to The Riverside Museum and Tall Ship, located at the junction of Rivers Kelvin and Clyde. It really is such an interesting place to visit and is a part of the cities past, present, and future.
ST. MUNGO’S MUSEUM OF RELIGIOUS LIFE AND ART
Temporarily closed, Glasgow council are announcing an opening date this museum to open. St. Mungo was responsible for bringing Christianity to Scotland, and the museum houses some important and stunning works of art that represents the importance of faith in our lives. Check back on their website for details.
GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE
2022 was the year that the Glasgow Science Centre celebrated its 21st ‘Birthday’ The staff work hard to ensure that visitors of all ages are educated and entertained as they wander through a vast array of exhibits and discovery areas. Don’t’ miss the Bodyworks and Imax cinema.
THE BURRELL COLLECTION
If you’ve hesitated about visiting an art gallery during your visit to Glasgow, The Burrell Collection is one that we know will love. Recently reopened following a careful renovation, the revitalised space offers people of all ages the opportunity to experience art exhibits like never before.