Glasgow Green has always been the heart of Glasgow’s East End, a formerly down-at-heel neighborhood that has seen many changes over the past several years. One of the top attractions is the People’s Palace, which tells the story of daily life in the city. On Sunday head to the nearby Barras market to hunt for bargains.
POINTS OF INTEREST
This crossroads was the center of the medieval city. The Mercat Cross (mercat means "market"), topped by a unicorn, marks…Learn More >
Glasgow's oldest park, on the north side of the River Clyde, has a long history as a favorite spot for…Learn More >
An impressive Victorian red-sandstone building dating from 1894 houses an intriguing museum dedicated to the city's social history. Included among…Learn More >