What's on in Glasgow Spring 2016
Scotland's largest and the UK's third largest city, Glasgow is packed full of cultural highlights waiting to be explored.
This lavish 1930’s National Trust site provides a wonderful retreat from the stresses of the city so why not wander around the extraordinary house and marvel at the beauty of treasured artefacts? As Spring flowers come to bloom, there are few places more tranquil than these splendid gardens.
House and grounds open year round
Don’t miss this version of the timeless classic choreographed by the international award winning David Dawson. This contemporary take on Tchaikovsky’s work pushes the dancers of the Scottish ballet to their limits, and set in the atmospheric Theatre Royal, this is a truly captivating performance.
April 19th-24th 2016
Whether you’re new to the sport or a hardened fan, it’s hard not to get caught up in the excitement of burning rubber and mud spraying across the sky at the Glasgow Tigers Speedway. A great family day out, enjoy the spectacle of riders seemingly defy gravity as they drift round the bends on the edge of your seat!
Races each week, see schedule
One of Scotland’s broadest and most exciting museums, Kelvingrove has a diverse range of exhibits for every taste, from the arms and armour display featuring one of the earliest suits of plate armour recorded to the LA198 Spitfire built in 1944. The new Object Cinema is definitely worth a visit, using both sound and film to bring the rainforest to life.
Life in the rainforest exhibit starts 2nd April 2016
Explore the cosmos from Glasgow Science museum with its state of the art planetarium. With a series of late night events, enjoy the special feeling of gazing into the night sky in stunning detail and watch as the planets, stars and galaxies come to you, all in the comfort and warmth of the planetarium.
Saturdays from April to August