Rainy Day Adventures in Glasgow: Embracing the Wonders of Scotland’s Favourite City

Glasgow is a city rich in culture, full of positive attitude and residents known for their sunny disposition. At any time of year, we know that the weather can change and when showers descend from the skies, don’t fret, it’s still a tremendous place to visit on a rainy day. In this blog, we’ll suggest a few things to enjoy when the sun fails to shine on Glasgow. From warm cosy cafes to cultural treasures, we’ll explore the heart of Glasgow’s greatness on a rainy day. So, grab your raincoats, umbrellas, and a positive outlook because we’re about to discover the city’s true charm, whatever the weather. Here’s our top recommendations.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery

This museum is Glasgow’s most visited tourist attraction and houses an amazing collection of paintings, sculptures, and other works of art. Admission is free.

Merchant City

You’re here! The Brunswick Hotel is beside the best bars, restaurants, and shops. It’s a great place to explore on a rainy day.

The Willow Tea Rooms

An iconic café that is the epitome of elegance and serves a delightful afternoon tea.

Glasgow Cathedral

A stunning building located in the heart of the historic city that dates back to the 12th century.

The Glasgow Science Centre

People of all ages flock to this attraction, purely because it is a great place to learn about science and technology. Watch out for the temporary exhibits and workshops on offer from time to time.

The Riverside Museum

This museum is dedicated to the history of transport and travel in Glasgow and is home to a collection of vintage cars, bicycles, and steam engines.

There’s so much more to discover, music venues to enjoy, world class theatre to experience and football stadiums to tour. You’ll never be short of something to do in Glasgow on a rainy day.

Our friendly front desk staff at The Brunswick Hotel are ready to answer your questions, before during or after your visit!

Brunswick Hotel