Think you know Glasgow? The city has hidden gems and little-known experiences in its centre, tucked away in lanes and sometimes hidden in plain sight. How many of these magnificent 7 Only in Glasgow things have you still to so? 

Britannia Panopticon

The world’s oldest surviving music hall located on Trongate is utterly fascinating – find out more about the entertaining and downright bonkers stories about its rich and colourful history.

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Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

A spellbinding and totally unique venue - hundreds of carved figures and pieces of old scrap perform  incredible choreography to haunting music and synchronized light.

The Beauty Kitchen

Reviewed by the likes of Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan, and tucked away on Glasgow’s High Street, this is the city’s very own natural skincare brand and the perfect stop for a girl’s days out – try one of their workshops and make your own delicious body scrub or bath bombs.

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Glasgow City Music Walking Tour

As a UNESCO City of Music, there are an astonishing average of 130 gigs, concerts and recitals to enjoy every week in Glasgow.  Sign up for one of the popular walking tours for the inside track on legendary gigs in the city.

The Glasgow Mural Trail

You’ve probably passed some of the mural artwork around the city, but have you bagged the entire catalogue?  You’ll be surprised and delighted when you discover the full suite of murals.

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The Viewing Platform at The Lighthouse

Enjoy the city from a new angle – climb the spiral staircase at Scotland’s Centre for Architecture and Design and you’ll be rewarded with a fantastic bird’s eye view over the rooftops.

The Panther Milk Bar

Sshh  - keep this to yourself…there’s a secret bar accessible via Tabac on Mitchell lane, serving legendary Spanish ‘Leche de Pantera’ drink on Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm.  Follow the neon signs through a fire exit, and say we sent you!