Things To Do In Glasgow

It’s always hard to figure out what to do for the day so I thought I would write another post about things to do but this time for Glasgow. I spend a lot of time in Glasgow and it’s getting difficult to figure out what to do on my days out there. I know we are on the brink of another lockdown but we all need ideas of for when this is all over and we are back to normal, plus it is important to help these places get back to business.

Ghetto Golf

Although it isn’t open yet, Ghetto Golf is definitely on my list of places to visit asap. I love a good game of mini golf but sometimes it can get boring, unless it is themed and styled to make the experience even better. I have been to themed golf venues before and always enjoyed myself so much. Ghetto Golf is apparently going to have food trucks and a bar and many more things to make it a great day out.

Axe Hurling

This is another thing that I haven’t done yet but am very excited to try soon. I have seen loads of videos and posts about things like axe throwing and have always wanted to give it a go. When I was looking for axe throwing in Glasgow, I found a few different venues but Axe Hurling seemed to be the most reviewed and popular.

Escape Reality

The past couple of years my family and I have completed every escape room in the Escape Reality venue and it is honestly so much fun. Trying to figure out puzzles and escape different situations such as solving a murder, escaping prison and surviving a jungle is thrilling and is made so much better by a clock counting down. We even held the record for fastest time in the most difficult room at one point. I absolutely love doing them and am keen to do more.

Sight Seeing

I think if you are visiting any city you should learn a little about the history. I have done sightseeing in nearly every city I have been too and highly recommend doing so, especially in Glasgow. I have been going to this city regularly for over three years and didn’t know half the things I learned while riding the sightseeing tour bus. The bus is also ‘hop-on, hop-off’ so you can get off wherever and get back on when you are done.

Science Centre

Last time I visited the Science Centre was when I was almost 10 years ago so I suspect it has changed a lot but I think I would enjoy it just as much now as I did back then. The center is made of multiple rooms full of interactive and educational exhibits that are fun for the whole family.

Botanic Gardens

For a chilled day out, the botanic gardens are perfect. Walking around some gardens and green houses looking a cool plants and trees is pretty fun. The botanic gardens in Glasgow are beautiful and walking around makes for a really lovely day out. It is also free and so is a perfect day out on a budget.

Thank you so much for reading! This post is about my personal experiences/opinions and may not apply to everyone. Please feel free to like, comment, share and get in contact with feedback or ideas of what I could post about in the future. You can also subscribe to get notified when I post. New post coming Friday, check out my last post ‘Benefits Of Drinking Green Tea’.

Wear a mask,

Jocy.

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