What's on in Glasgow this Autumn?

Looking for something to do in Glasgow this Autumn? Whether you're a local resident or a curious traveler, here's a sneak peek into what's on in Glasgow:

1. Glasgow Film Festival:

Film enthusiasts will be delighted as the Glasgow Film Festival makes its return, bringing an eclectic selection of movies from around the world. From critically acclaimed features to indie gems, this event promises a cinematic journey that will keep you glued to your seat.

2. Glasgow Doors Open Days:

For those intrigued by architecture and history, the Glasgow Doors Open Days provide a unique opportunity to explore some of the city's most iconic buildings, many of which are usually closed to the public. Take a guided tour through these hidden gems and uncover the stories they hold.

3. The Great Scottish Run:

Fitness enthusiasts and runners of all levels can participate in The Great Scottish Run. Whether you're aiming for a personal best or simply want to soak in the energetic atmosphere, this event offers a chance to be part of a vibrant community while exploring the city's scenic routes.

4. Art Exhibitions:

Autumn in Glasgow is synonymous with art exhibitions. Galleries across the city will be showcasing works by both established and emerging artists, covering a wide range of styles and mediums. Immerse yourself in the world of visual arts and discover the creativity that flourishes in Glasgow.

Pirate Corkscrew
Our pirate corkscrew is perfect for opening beer bottles

5. Oktoberfest Celebrations:

Join the merriment of Oktoberfest as Glasgow embraces the Bavarian spirit with beer, bratwurst, and lively music. This traditional German festival offers a unique cultural experience right in the heart of the city.

6. Music Concerts:

As the music scene awakens from its summer slumber, Glasgow's concert venues will be graced by a diverse lineup of musicians and bands. Whether you're into rock, pop, jazz, or classical music, you're bound to find a performance that strikes a chord with you.

7. Halloween Spooktacular:

Get ready for a spine-tingling experience as Halloween approaches. From haunted house tours to costume parties, Glasgow knows how to celebrate this eerie holiday in style. Embrace the season's spirit of mystery and excitement.

8. Food and Drink Festivals:

Foodies will be in for a treat with various food and drink festivals celebrating the harvest season. Sample local delights, savor international cuisines, and discover new flavors at these culinary events that cater to every palate.

Haggis Chocolate
For the foodies: haggis chocolate

9. Theatre Productions:

The theatres of Glasgow will come alive with captivating performances, ranging from classic plays to contemporary dramas. Immerse yourself in the world of storytelling and theater arts as talented actors take the stage.

10. Outdoor Adventures:

Embrace the crisp autumn air by exploring Glasgow's surrounding nature. Take a leisurely walk through the city's parks, venture on hiking trails, or enjoy a serene boat ride along the River Clyde – the options for outdoor adventures are endless.

With an impressive lineup of events and activities, there's no shortage of things to do and experience in Glasgow this autumn. Keep an eye on our Instagram stories for local events.

Useful links:
Glasgow Film Festival: https://filmfreeway.com/GlasgowFilmFestival
Glasgow Doors Open Day: https://glasgowdoorsopendays.org.uk/
The Great Scottish Run: https://www.greatrun.org/events/great-scottish-run/
Oktoberfest: http://glasgow-oktoberfest.co.uk/


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