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Sports & Leisure in Glasgow

Following on from the 2014 Commonwealth Games Glasgow has never been more popular, and close to home its affordable too. Football plays a large part in the culture of the city and you’ll have opportunities to find out more behind the scenes of these iconic stadia, discover how football clubs are run and what part they played in the Commonwealth Games.

Student group trips to Glasgow for Sport and Leisure with FHT will offer your study group a wide range of enriching educational visits that will show how sport and culture generated a commercial rebirth of this industrial city. Contact our expert student travel team today for your expertly tailored quote and we will create a fantastic experience for your next group study tour to Barcelona

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Celtic Park Tour

Celtic Park was the proud host of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony and is one of the biggest football stadiums in Europe. A behind the scenes guided tour takes in the impressive boardroom and gives you a players view of this 60,000 capacity stadium. 

Glasgow Science Centre

Located on the Clyde the Science Centre offers a whole range of experiences including the Science Mall where you can test your concentration skills or dissect a virtual human body, a Cine World Imax experience and also a state of the art digital planetarium.   

Glasgow Tigers Speedway

You can book group tickets to see racing at the newly redeveloped Peugeot Ashfield Stadium, where the Tigers compete in British Speedway’s Premier League against twelve other teams from across the UK, battling at high speed with no brakes in this edge-of-your-seat sport, round one of the fastest tracks British speedway has to offer. The schedule runs through from Easter until early October. 

Ibrox Stadium Tour

Visit the home of Glasgow Rangers for this all access tour of the famous Ibrox stadium. You’ll get to see home and away dressing rooms, the trophy room, go through the tunnel and sit in the dugout. During the Commonwealth Games the stadium was home to the Rugby Sevens.

Riverside Museum of Transport & Travel

This multi award winning museum is located on the banks of the River Clyde. Its home to some of the world’s finest cars, bicycles and in 2013 won the European Museum of the Year award and it is free to enter. The highlight of your visit is a walk down an old cobbled Glasgow street with shops dating from 1895 to the 1980s.

The Hampden Experience at Hampden Park

At Hampden Park you don’t just take a guided tour of the football stadium, you can also visit the Scottish Football Museum and the Scottish Football Hall of Fame. The Hampden Experience is one of Glasgow’s leading attractions. 

The Peoples Palace and Winter Gardens

Set on historic Glasgow Green, the People’s Palace tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the present day. The city’s social history can be explored through a wealth of historic artefacts, paintings, prints and photographs, film and interactive computer displays. The exhibits give a wonderful insight into how Glaswegians lived, worked and played in years gone by.

The Tall Ship at Riverside

The Tall Ship is a visit run by the Clyde Maritime Trust and is dedicated to the maritime history of the area. Visitors can explore the ship to find out more about the ship itself and also the fascinating maritime story of Glasgow. 

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