Glasgow Science Centre and the Glasgow Tower

Built on the site of the 1988 Glasgow Garden Festival, the Glasgow Science Centre is a purpose-built facility featuring three floors dedicated to hands-on science in action. Taking the form of a huge, gleaming, titanium crescent overlooking the Clyde, the building is also home to the best-equipped planetarium in the UK. As if that wasn’t enough, just to the south we can see the silver dome of Scotland’s only IMAX cinema1, which has a screen larger than a 5-a-side football pitch, and a 12,000-watt digital sound system. Most impressive of all from up here however, is the 127…

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