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Glasgow Nightlife

Glasgow Nightlife Scotland - When it comes to the nightlife in Glasgow, there are many different options to explore when you are ready for an entertaining spread of activities. For those who crave live music, they should head for some of the Glasgow nightlife venues, such as the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre or the Royal Concert Hall. This is where big names, as well as smaller stars strut their stuff.

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Dancing is also a popular activity seen about the Glasgow nightlife scene. At the 13th Note, you can salsa the night away, where the oldest pub in the city, Scotia Bar, offers interesting spells of music. Friday nights are said to be the best at the Riverside Club, which presents the beauty of Scottish country dancing. Additional clubs and bars to consider for exploration of Glasgow nightlife include Reds, Alaska, the Cathouse, as well as Bennets Disco.

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71 Renfield Street
Glasgow, Scotland
Located in the center of the city, here is where you will find quite a quiet atmosphere. When visiting this establishment, you don’t have to worry about rowdy crowds.

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10-16 Kilmarnock Road
Glasgow, Scotland
When visiting this pub, you will come across an interesting piece of history. Here you will find the first pub to display picture windows.

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Granny Black's
55-57 Candleriggs
Glasgow, Scotland
This bar has been serving the public for more than 200 years. Inside, the mood is warm and inviting and also presents a nice spread of tasty edibles to accompany your brew.

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Bar 10
10 Mitchell Lane
Glasgow, Scotland
This Glasgow nightlife selection is quite trendy. You should also know that this is a gay-friendly atmosphere that offers good music, drink, and conversation.

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Bar Ce Lona
427 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, Scotland
When looking for a trendy stop about the city, this is a worthy option. Here, a Spanish-type of atmosphere will greet you.

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Bath Lane
Glasgow, Scotland
This is the perfect place to kick up your heels and dance. The music of choice here is mostly soul and funk.

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25 Queen Street
Glasgow, Scotland
When looking for a classic club atmosphere, this is a great place to seek out. Here, you will also find the fun and energy of a circus atmosphere.

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Bar Oz
499 Great Western Road
Glasgow, Scotland
No, you’re not in Kansas anymore? You are at a rough and tough joint that presents the spunk of a true Aussie sports bar.

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Glasgow Interesting Facts

  • The first official international football match was played at the West of Scotland Cricket Club in 1872.
  • Glasgow is home of one of the five Clyde built sailing-ships left afloat in the world.
  • The first weekly service to North America sailed from Yorkhill Quay.
  • The Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum was the first public museum in Scotland in 1807.
  • Famous architects Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Alexander Thomson came from Glasgow.
  • Glasgow is the only city in Scotland with underground train service.
  • Glasgow’s original underground system is the oldest underground system in the world.
  • The Mitchell Library is Europe’s largest public reference library.
  • The Kibble Palace in the Botanic Gardens was a gift from John Kibble in 1873.
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