Explore Liverpool

The city region is unmissable with heritage, culture, music and theatre at the very heart of the city. Not to mention the abundance of outdoor space, parks and stunning coastline to explore.

Check out some of the activities available in Liverpool (and surrounding areas).

For further information go to: Visit Liverpool and the Liverpool Convention Bureau who have a wealth of information on how to make the most of your time in the city.

Visit Glasgow

Glasgow is a city of many talents. From world class museums and galleries, to amazing agriculture, stunning scenic spots and a lively music scene, make sure you explore all that the city has to offer this October. 

Thinking of extending your stay in Glasgow? Check out what is on during the week of this year’s conference (Monday 28 September – Sunday 04 October 2020): 


  • Celtic – The Musical: Featuring songs that have been sung around Celtic Park for year’s – performed by a live band, find out more here

  • Cahoots at Sweeney’s on the Park: Regular live music every Saturday 4pm – 7pm, find out more here

Family activites

  • Clip n’Climb or Glasgow Climbing Centre: both offer great climbing activities for children, find out more here

  • Take 2: Family-Friendly Films: Check out Glasgow Film Theatre’s weekly Take 2 Family-Friendly film Screenings, find out more here

Cultural activities

  • Curious about Glasgow: explore the city centre and enjoy discovering some of Glasgow’s “hidden treasures” on one of the heritage walks, find out more here

  • Domestic Bliss: this new exhibition brings together works from Glasgow Museums’ featuring work from 27 artists, find out more here

  • Historic Tours of Glasgow University: the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world, take a tour around the university’s most significant spots, find out more here

Food and Shopping

  • Merchant Square Craft & Design Fair: held every weekend, this fair hosts some of Glasgow’s best crafers, from candles, handcrafted jewellery to baby clothes and photography, find out more here

  • Platform at Argyle St Arches: Some of Scotland’s best independent street food traders set up stalls every Friday and Saturday, find out more here

  • Bridgeton Cross Retail Market: Browse stalls and grab a bargain at the biweekly City Markets, find out more here

For more information on Glasgow activities please visit: whasonglasgow or visitscotland

Or download from the Glasgow Convention:
10 things to do in Glasgow
Explore the west end
 Explore the city centre

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