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Glasgow’s top attractions

Two venues in Glasgow recorded more than 1 million visitors in 2018.

No real surprise that those were Kelvingrove and Riverside.

Six Scottish attractions made that figure, the others being the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Castle, the Scottish National Gallery, and St Giles’ Cathedral.

I never made it to the last two – maybe one day.

There was even a marginal overall (0.1%) increase compared to the previous year – that’s going to be worth watching over the next couple of years, with the Burrell set to reopen in 2020, and the new V&A in Dundee to do a full year.

Top Scottish visitor attractions revealed

I simply haven’t bothered looking at the comments  – I’m sure the naysayers will be out in force. It’s guaranteed in the face of anything remotely resembling good news that normal people will be pleased to read about.

There’s some more detail listed in this article:

These two Glasgow tourist attractions were the most visited in the city last year

I wonder if I made a difference, since I try to get to these places more than once a week now that I’ve found easy and free ways to get to them.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery And Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery And Museum

 

Riverside

Riverside

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06/03/2019 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

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