Not quite sure where to explore in Glasgow's East End? Take a look at our list below, compiled from the suggestions of Glasgow locals!
You'll find The People’s Palace in the beautiful settings of Glasgow Green - it's home to a collection of historical artefacts, photographs, prints and film, painting a picture of how 18th -20th century Glaswegians lived, worked and played.
The Emirates Arena and adjoining Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome played host to the cycling and badminton events of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. These state-of-the-art facilities are open to all, so get yourself along for a great sporting day out.
The Coia family opened their first café in Dennistoun in 1928, and ever since then Coia’s Café has been a favourite meeting place for locals. You'll find their distinctive exterior on Duke Street - a perfect stop off for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
The West Brewery, Bar & Restaurant sits perfectly at home in the Templeton building. This beautiful iconic building, modelled on the Doge’s Palace in Venice, was home to a world renowned carpet factory until the 1950s.
A bustling café during the day and relaxed restaurant by night, Celino's in Dennistoun offers high quality food whenever you decide to pop in.
Following a £14m redevelopment for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, the Tollcross International Swimming Centre was the scene of many dramatic moments in the Glasgow 2014 Swimming competitions!
Drygate is the UK's first experiential craft brewery and has received a warm reception from beer lovers in the city and beyond - a must visit if you're on the look out for something a little bit different.
Home to more than 450 years of brewing tradition and award winning beers, Tennent's Brewery is the oldest ongoing commercial operation in Glasgow.
Located in a newly refurbished iconic building, Bridgeton Library provides a wide range of services and activities, including Arts and Heritage events and an Early Years activity programme for the young ones.