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The People's Palace and Winter Gardens, set in historic Glasgow Green, the oldest public space in the city, tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the end of the 20th century. Adjacent to the People's Palace is the extravagant and...more
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What an amazing place , we loved every minute and had a few laughs during our trip down memory lane , I would highly recommend and will definitely visit again the cafe is a lovely place to sit and relax too
My first visit and I was really impressed, the museum is well laid out, compact and very interesting. Really gives you a look at Glasgow and the people over the years. Very good interactive displays, even kept the teenagers interested too!
Set in a great...More
What a super visit, having not been for a few decades, but sadly the museum is away to close for 3 months and the Winter Gardens indefinitely.
We visited early on a quiet Monday morning, and found ourselves still there at 1.30pm!! It was all...More
Glasgow has become one of the finest cities in the United Kingdom and a European City of Culture. To understand the true history of Glasgow and it’s people, one must visit The People’s Palace. A visit to this attraction, will provide you with a snapshot...More
Took a walk out from the city centre on a cold Sunday afternoon. Well worth the effort. The attached gardens are nice but not interesting to me. However there was a cafe and lots of children. More a fun and activity place. The main building...More