Diverse Identities in Sport Conference
Welcome to Glasgow
You could start with the city's iconic buildings, first taking a walk through the city's museums and galleries to find everything from Dinosaurs to Dali, take tour of the historic City Chambers where our Friday reception takes place, or the magnificent Glasgow Cathedral. Football fans will also undoubtedly want to take a look behind the scenes of Scotland's national stadium at the Hampden Experience, taking in the iconic sporting venue.
Mackintosh lovers will find The Willow Tea Rooms, The Lighthouse, House for an Art Lover, and the Glasgow School of Art to be must-visits, with the Hard Rock Cafe nearby to provide a stop-off. There's also plenty to do for families, with Loch Lomond Aquarium and Snow Factor just a short distance away from the city.
For something a little bit different, why not head over to Glasgow Science Centre or the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery to find fascinating exhibitions and collections, or step aboard the Tall Ship, an icon of Glasgow's ship-building heritage still afloat to this day!
If you are coming as a friend or partner, then remember to sign up for the Partner Programme where you will get the chance to come and see some of Glasgow and beyond with us. Check out our AGA information page to find lots of ideas and links to help you make the most of your time in Glasgow. During the event, our Welcome to Glasgow Team managed by the fabulous Rose and Tommy will be available to help you.
shopping, dining & attractions
Glasgow has everything you need for a great break. Contact us for any advice.
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EGLSF Annual General Assembly
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IET Glasgow: Teacher Building
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