The BIGGEST Glasgow Guide To Your Bank Holiday
Whether it’s raving all day or relaxing at a free yoga event, we’ve got your bank holiday weekend covered. Here’s our BIG guide – don’t try to do it all at once!
Skates on, lads.
The circus has come to Wonderland – just don’t be late!
Need we say more?
Fingers crossed we get some sun!
The fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world has a few tales to tell.
See the latest adaptation of the classic at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal.
whether it’s Ben A’an, Ben Lomond or the cobbler – Blow away your cobwebs by bagging a wee munro … or 2.
This tour focusses on art and architecture in the city centre, hidden lanes and all.
Whether you’re currently in the middle of a big DIY project or just a renovation mag addict, you’ll find some new and exciting inspiration here.
10. Free Yoga!
Get your sweat on at a free bikram yoga class and try the workout the athletes rave about.
With loads of blockbusters to see this BHW, why not treat yourself by seeing them big at the IMAX?
What says BHW more than dancing about like a loon with the fam? Southside Festival has you covered.
You know how you always said you’d go to a museum or gallery when you had the time? The time is now. Check out Dalí’s Christ of Saint John on the Cross. It won’t disappoint. If you’re looking for more culture fixes, check out our top exhibitions this summer.
Got a secret dream of becoming an astronaut? Obsessed with the cats in space Tumblr? Then this is the bank holiday activity for you. Great, chilled out alternative to a night at the pub!
Tour Glasgow in style by jumping on a Hop-On Hop- Off tour. Visit the city and explore all Glasgow has to offer. You can but tickets online or simply jump on at George Square.
Perfect for newbies and pros alike – perhaps you’ll discover a hidden talent?
Cycles, talks and more in Milngavie and Bearsden, to bring the bike lovers together!
This place is amazing for all ages. It’ll be the bounciest bank holiday yet!
A chance to peruse all sorts of books from antiques to general books and everything in between, in the gorgeous setting of the Botanic Gardens.
Speed-dating (but you won’t realise you’re doing it) and games at Katie’s Bar is the set up for this exclusive event, open to lesbians, bi-sexuals and women who like women. Who knows who you might meet?
International Vlogger Jamie Genevieve is hosting masterclasses as part of the Style Mile festival. You’ll be contouring in your sleep in no time.
All the day. All the rum. All the fun.
23. Try Some Yum Cha
A lovely sunday of traditional tea and small plates at Hanoi Bike Shop. Perfect bank holiday treat.
Take a trip the old-fashioned way on the Waverley, the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world.
Shazia Mirza used to be a science teacher and now hopes to one day have a jacuzzi and a cleaner as a result of her glittering career in comedy. Go see her on Friday to find out more.