Glasgow Sights

Glasgow Science Centre

  • 50 Pacific Quay Map It
  • Clyde

Published 05/04/2017

Fodor's Review

Fun and engaging, this museum for children has three floors packed with games, experiments, and hands-on machines from pendulums to small-scale whirlpools, soundscapes to optical illusions.

On the banks of the Clyde, its space-age home has a whole wall of glass looking out on to the river. The BodyWorks exhibition explores every aspect of our physical selves—try and reconstruct a brain. There are daily events and science shows, a lovely play area for under-sevens, a planetarium, an IMAX theater, and the spectacular Glasgow Tower, 400 feet high, from which to survey the whole city from the river to the surrounding hills. Always enquire whether the tower is open—even moderate winds will close it down. Admission is expensive, but the tower and planetarium cost less if you buy all the tickets at the same time.

Sight Information

Address:

50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G51 1EA, Scotland

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Phone:

0141-420–5000

Sight Details:

  • £10.59, planetarium extra £2.50, tower extra £3.50; tower only £6.50

Published 05/04/2017

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