Scottland's largest city is home to an array of remarkable museums, visitor attractions and galleries - housing one of Europe's largest civic arts collections and a cutting edge contemporary visual arts scene that is envied across the globe.

From Mackintosh to Modern Art, Dinosaurs to Dali, the Tall Ship to Tearooms, Beer to Bowling, and Science to Scottish Football - the city's vast array of visitor attractions have something to suit every taste.

One of the beauties of Glasgow is its com-pact size, making it easy for visitors to explore the city's positively diverse neighbourhoods, as well as the incredible range of built heritage.

The city's unique style is enhanced by its year-round events programme with the designation as a UNESCO City of Music firmly setting the seal on Glasgow's reputation as one of Europe's premier cultural capitals.

Glasgow is also ideally located at the gateway to some of the country's most stunning scenery making it the perfect base from which to explore Scotland.

More people visit museums in Glasgow than in any other UK city outside London and the city is justifiably renowned for its remarkable offering.

Brimming with exceptional, world-class museums and galleries and a host of fantastic family friend-ly attractions - many of which are free to visit - there really is something for everyone.

The iconic and much loved Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is rated the city's number 1 art museum in the UK on Tripadvisor and is an absolute must see for anyone visiting Glasgow home of one of Europe's finest civic art collections, you'll find everything from dinosaurs to Dutch Masters.

While the award-winning Riverside Museum houses the city's vast transport collection and street scenes from a bygone era, in a state of the art building.

Moored alongside the museum is the Tall Ship - an icon of Glasgow's shipbuilding heritage.