Glasgow has been attracting tourists to see the sights and explore the city and the surrounding area for centuries. Situated on the banks of the River Clyde, it has the energy and sophistication that is needed to fulfill all visitors' wants and needs.
The Riverside Museum is one of the largest tourist attractions. It replaced the Museum of Transport and added a wide range of items to the collection preciously housed at Kelvin Hall. It now displays more than 3,000 objects ranging from skateboards to locomotives, painting, prams and a re-created street from the 1900s to walk down. You can also spend time driving a locomotive and help in tackling a tenement fire.
Many visitors stop and take a walk around Glasgow Cathedral. The history of the cathedral goes back more than 800 years from when its foundations where laid in 1136. Since it was first built, it has never been unroofed and many visitors come to admire the architecture of the period. Through its life, there have been changes made and the most obvious are the cathedrals stained glass windows, they are some of the finest to be found in Britain.
Whenever people visit Glasgow, many find that they need to take up the offers that a Glasgow coach hire trip can provide. These can be easily found at many hotels provide them or you can go to a tourist information site to get details.