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62 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1PA
Step from the cobbled streets of the Merchant City into the Mediterranean atmosphere of Arta. Patrons return time and time again to enjoy a drink, meal, dance or a live band. Sumptuous surroundings and late licence, an ideal venue to start or finish your day in the Merchant City.

191 Ingram Street, Glasgow G1 1DA
The Corinthian has evolved over the years from a bank to a high court to a now impressive social venue. As well as private member areas there is a public bar, piano bar, restaurant and night club.

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Glasgow Cathedral
2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4
Majestically standing next to Saint Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art is Glasgow’s own cathedral. Patron Saint of Glasgow, St Mungo has his tomb in the lower church of the cathedral. The original rebuilt cathedral dates back to the 13th century.

Merchant Square
71-73 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1RB
Merchant Square is a sheltered courtyard offering a selection of pubs and restaurants. Guests can sit within the bars or restaurants or enjoy the airy continental feel of the courtyard. Browse through the menus on display outside the eateries before booking your table for the evening.

Provand’s Lordship
3 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 ORB
Provand’s Lordship is a medieval house situated opposite Saint Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. The first floor has seventeenth century furniture gifted by Sir William Burrell. More of Sir William Burrell’s collections can be enjoyed in Pollok Park in the Southside of Glasgow.

Saint Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 ORH
The aim of this museum is to promote an understanding of different faiths and also of non belief. The museum has various galleries and exhibitions. At the end of your trip browse through the gift shop for memorabilia.

The Lighthouse
11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU
The Lighthouse was designed by Glasgow’s own Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The interior is a tribute to his works and includes scale models of buildings and furniture that he designed. Spanning 6 floors with the top floor offering panoramic views of Glasgow. There is also a gift shop and rooftop café/bar.

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