#1
What fun things are there to do in glasgow for a week. Except for live shows, prostitution, gambling and shit? So far I've got down craxy golf, cineworld, kelvin grove art museum... Thanks for any useful information.
#2
Get stabbed by drunken chavs.
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#3
Drink Buckfast then glass a stranger.
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Get stabbed by drunken neds.

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You've basically got all the fun stuff checked off or on your list, pal. I guess you could do a spot of johnny fishing in the Kelvin if you fancied.
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#6
Try be at Kelvingrove for around 1pm (I think?), you'll get to hear the organ in the main hall being played. Apart from that the Botanic Gardens is cool if the weather is good.
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#8
You could check out xscape, they have rock walls and a snow slope and the likes. It's pretty fun.
http://www.xscape.co.uk/braehead/

The transport museum was pretty cool as a kid... dont even know if its still there.

Apart from that you could catch a train (from queen street station) to Edinburgh, theres alot more to do and see there as it's more tourist driven being the capital and all.

Oh and for drinkys if you plan on that check out the solid rock cafe (back in glasgow now), good music and good folks.. not so good prices.
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Fixed.

You've basically got all the fun stuff checked off or on your list, pal. I guess you could do a spot of johnny fishing in the Kelvin if you fancied.


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Try be at Kelvingrove for around 1pm (I think?), you'll get to hear the organ in the main hall being played. Apart from that the Botanic Gardens is cool if the weather is good.

The botanic gardens are nice, yea.
You could go to the Burrel Collection on the south side(train fro Glasgow Central stops within easy walking distance), take the bus tour(will probably show you the Charles Rennie Mackintosh buildings, the University etc). There's the Scottish Football Museum in Hampden Park.

But what you have to do for that authentic Scottish experience is have a roll & square sauage washed down with Irn Bru as a hangover curing breakfast.
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The transport museum was pretty cool as a kid... dont even know if its still there.

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IIRC the Transport Museum is shut, as the exhibits are being moved.
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Heroin.

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