Family Friendly Hotels in Glasgow
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- City Centre Glasgow
- The SSE Hydro
- Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
- George Square
- University of Glasgow
- Clyde Auditorium
- Buchanan Street
- Royal Concert Hall
- Hampden Park
- Braehead Shopping Centre
- Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
- Braehead Arena
- Celtic Park
- Kings Theatre Glasgow
- Emirates Arena
- Bellahouston Park
- East Kilbride Shopping Centre
- Theatre Royal
Family friendly travelling in Glasgow
Things to see in Glasgow
For an educational day out, head to Glasgow Science Centre. As well as many interactive exhibitions in the science museum, there’s also an exciting planetarium and IMAX cinema. While the kids are watching the latest blockbuster you can always chill out in the center’s sleek café with a large slice of cake. If the kids still have a lot of energy, take them to the expansive Kelvingrove Park. There are loads of walking trails to run around and monuments to discover, and you can always enjoy a picnic at the central bandstand, where you may find some live music being performed. You can test out your family’s sea legs by boarding the Glenlee ship. Now docked outside the Riverside Museum, this stationary ship’s maiden voyage was way back in 1896. For an adrenaline-filled day out, take a trip to M&D’s amusement park to enjoy white-knuckle rollercoasters and log flumes.
Family-friendly hotels in Glasgow
Most family-friendly hotels in Glasgow are centrally located, so you will be within walking distance of most of the city’s main sights and attractions. Room rates for family-friendly hotels in Glasgow are generally very reasonable, with large family rooms available to make your stay more affordable. You’ll find all the usual amenities in Glasgow’s family-friendly hotels, and hotel restaurants usually offer kid menus, so you don’t have to worry about finding something your young ones will eat. Most family friendly hotels even offer convenient airport transfer services to make the start and end of your family vacation in Glasgow run smoothly.
Where to stay in Glasgow
To be close to all the action, sights, and major landmarks, you should stay in a family-friendly hotel in Glasgow’s city center. There’s a wide range cafés and restaurants available, offering great deals for eating out. If your family wants to be surrounded by the best culture the city has to offer, book a room in the West End. This is where you’ll find a large concentration of Glasgow’s museums and galleries. If you want to be away from the hubbub of city life, book a country hotel in the surrounding Scottish countryside, with easy transit links into the city.
How to get to Glasgow
No matter where you’re starting from, it’s pretty easy to travel to Glasgow. Trains from major UK cities run through Glasgow central train station and there are long-distance bus routes running to the city from across the UK. However, the majority of travelers arrive via Glasgow Airport; from here regular buses run directly to the city center. Car rental can also be organized in the airport, making transport throughout your stay that little bit more convenient. Some people choose to fly to Edinburgh, as flights can be cheaper and the airport is only an hour away from Glasgow by train.
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