Glasgow Science Centre and Planetarium

One of the iconic buildings on the eye-catching banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow Science Centre and Planetarium was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2001. Boasting a plethora of fun and educational activities, shows, interactive features and workshops, alongside a planetarium and IMAX cinema, it’s unsurprisingly one of the most popular paid-for attractions across the whole of Scotland. Young and old are guaranteed to be mesmerised by the whizzes, bangs, pops and flashes on display, while visitors can also build their very own rollercoaster, burn off some energy in a giant hamster wheel and even head up to the top of the world’s tallest fully rotating freestanding structure – Glasgow Tower.

Pacific Quay 50
Glasgow G51 1EA Scotland GB
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