Scotland's largest city is a true culture capital and one of the friendliest places you'll visit. The city is home to world-class museums and unforgettable restaurants but also several activities that can give guests an off-the-beaten-track and memorable experience. Here are some ideas below:
Waverley Paddle Steamer
Experience the sight, sound and thrill of cruising in a steamship that has been in operation since 1975. Enjoy unrivalled access and views of the beautiful coastline on the Wavelery Paddle Steamer. The boat can be hired exclusively for day to evening use, creating flexibility for your event requirements.
Enjoy a day at the Gin Spa. The UK's first ever gin-inspired botanical day spa, right in the heart of Glasgow city centre. Your guests can have the option of a range of treatments while being treated with G&Ts.
Glasgow is the ideal city for a unique urban adventure. Around the city centre, you can find huge pieces of art adoring some of the city's buildings. The art creations support local artists by providing a space for their unique creations. Discover the city's urban street art followed by a masterclass from one of Glasgow's greatest street artists via Glasgow Convention Bureau.
Glasgow is home to Scotland's only artificial white-water course, Pinkston Watersports. The centre can offer flexible meeting space and a wide range of activities are on offer from raft building, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and Bushcraft cooking bringing variety to any event and easily catering for different requirements.
Hosted by Amazing Days Events & Team Building, the Taggart Challenge is one of the most popular team building events. The challenge is based on the iconic crime drama Taggart, which first aired in 1983 in Glasgow. Become a detective for the day, using the subway to navigate yourself across the West End of Glasgow, tracking down undercover cops, gathering evidence and murder suspects.