Glasgow West End AREA GUIDE
5—21 CRESSWELL LANE, OFF BYRES ROAD, HILLHEAD, GLASGOW G12 8AATEL: 0141 334 6673/0141 334 6959
22 UNIQUE SHOPS IN THE HEART OF THE WEST END
S & S JEWELLERY MOVIE HEAVEN YOUNG BOOKWORM CA GAMES SURPRISES BY MISUKI WILLOW TRADING FELIX AND OSCAR LOGAN COTTER AL-ANDALUS ALLEGRO MUSICAL SERVICES THE STUDIO CAFE DECOURCYS SEASCAPE ARTHURS COMICS LOVELACE & LINENS THE COPY BUREAU MAN-A-VAULT OPAL MOON LOST IN MUSIC THE EMERGING ARTISTS ALTER-MAKES PENNY LANE BARBERS
ALL THESE GREAT SHOPS UNDER ONE ROOF!
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End for stationery, cards and gifts. De Courcey's Arcade (Cresswell From top '9.“
Lane, 334 6673) houses several SpCCIdIISI shops under one roof, K IT"? Att'c' If you’re looking for healthy organic food then Grassroots (20 e vmgmve
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Woodlands Road, 353 3278) rs the Ideal venue to unprove your Peckhams '
diet and consCIence. Peckhams (100 Byres Road, 357 1454) Is one Grasgow
of the busiest delrs In the West End. Napiers Clinic (61/63 University 9 9
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Cresswell Street, 339 5859) also takes a complementary approach Kibble Palace ESPRESSO ESPRESSO
to your health; their shop IS filled wrth remedies, herbal teas, and Retro
skincare items and the like, or you can make an apporntment to
see one of therr qualified practitioners. The Chinese Medicine
Centre (601 Great Western Road, 334 2122) brings us a touch of
megm SIT DDWN & RELAX .
The Art Gallery 8: Museum, Kelvingrove (Argyle Street, 287 2699) C] p E N A LL DAY 1 C] A M - E) P M
houses work by Rembrandt and Botticelli, as well as dlllOSclUf displays and a replica Stormtrooper from Star Wars. A stone's 2 C) R ES SWELL LAN E (D FF BYR ES R CIA D) (1445 Argyle Street, 357 2525), which attracts world class athletes, but ordinary mortals can make use of the gym, basketball court With exotic blooms. Fossil Grove (Victoria Park, 287 2000), Organic Food Award 1999; Best Large Shop Glasgow's oldest tounst attraction, pTOVICIQS an opportunrty to . 20 Woodlands Rd Charlng X Glasgow 0141 353 3278 Hunterian Art Gallery (Unrversrty of Glasgow, 82 Hlllhead Street, 330 5431) hosts the unlverSIty's collection of flat art, sculpture and ‘
throw away rs the Museum Of Transport (Kelvrn Hall, 1 Burnhouse TEL: D 1 4 1 339 1 1 1 1 and lﬂdOOT clrmbrng wall. Slightly more relaxmg are Glasgow examme geological specrmens 350 mrllron years old. The 7 days mon - frI 83m - 8pm a recreation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow house You
Road, 287 2720), crammed full of buses, trams, IITG engines and GRAS SROOTS ORGANIC Botanic Gardens (730 Great Western Road, 334 2422) where the Hunterian Museum (University Avenue, 330 4221) rs Scotland's can‘t help but be Impressed by the Gothic architecture of the
ships. Next door rs the Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena Klbble Palace glasshouse slts side by Side With new btllIdlllgS, filled Grocenes’ FreSh PrOdUCe’ SnaCkS’ Takeaway’ Takehome oldest public museum and 15 home to the university’s treasures. The
University of Glasgow (University Avenue, 330 551 1) designed Eat! Drink, Read the paper! Meetlngsa TryStS! Hang OUt by Gfeorjge Gilbert Séott, dSTTlll-Jnc'lllng the Skyll\l/10 wrthCrts SperS You Organic TeaS, Coffees, Wines & Beers
can Inc out more a out I e nrverslty at Its lsltor entre, or on , .
one of Its nglde tours. The Mitchell Library (North Street, 305 George S Chaﬁng X Glasgow 2999) houses Europe’s largest reference collection, founded In 1
1877 by tobacco lord Stephen Mitchell. > 7 days 103m ' Ilcensed
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