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For the Children

Perfectly suited for family weekends away, our family rooms are suitable for up to 2 adults & 2 children with a double bed & double sofa bed. Adjoining rooms are also available on request. Every room features an LCD television where you can enjoy on demand movies while feasting on the snacks available from the mini bar or room service. Family members aged 18 and under stay free with the compliments of Hilton Glasgow when sharing with 2 adults.

Resident children aged 10 or under eat and drink free when choosing from the children's menu in Morblas Seafood and Grill.

Cribs, cots and high chairs are available on request

If you have a larger family, please contact us for additional options.

M & D Theme Park

Located in Strathclyde Country Park, M & D’s Theme Park can legitimately claim to be Scotland’s theme park, offering some of the biggest, fastest and wettest rides you’ll ever see. Now with their Massive Indoor Entertainment complex, you and your family can have fun whatever the weather.

A choice of over 40 kids’ and family rides includes the Big Apple and the Flying Jumbos, where fourteen baby elephants allow riders to adjust the height of their ride through controls inside the elephants. There are also five rollercoasters for adults to enjoy, and the Big Wheel has twenty-four gondolas that reach a height of 35 meters. Golfing fanatics are invited to test their skills on the Devil’s Island, where prizes are up for grabs on the eighteen-hole golf course.

Kids will love Krazy Congo, a jungle-themed soft play area.Amazonia is an indoor tropical rainforest, with such exotic creatures as toucans, monkeys and fruit bats. Dads can amuse themselves on Devil’s Island, an 18-hole mini golf course, where prizes are up for grabs; mums win prizes at Johnny’s Bingo. With the Cosmic Bowl for bowling and Diamond Lil’s snooker hall, M & D’s have got all entertainment bases covered.

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions – little wonder, since it’s really three attractions in one!

The gleaming titanium crescent that is the Science Centre features three floors of interactive exhibits that really bring science alive. There’s a planetarium, a climate change theatre, and Alice Through the Looking Glass, an interactive exploration of perception.You can take part in workshops, see a scientific theatrical live show or get involved with hands-on exhibitions; kids love the 3-D body parts display.

Then visit the adjacent IMAX cinema, with its screen bigger than a 5-a-side soccer pitch, and a 12,000 watt sound system that makes the floor reverberate. The cinema shows both IMAX travelogues and exploration films, as well as big commercial releases. Then climb, or take the lift, to the top of Glasgow Tower. At 400 feet, the Tower offers unparalleled Glasgow views, stretching for 40 miles.

You can gaze on the river Clyde, and find out about its noble shipbuilding past in the interactive displays. Most spectacularly, the Tower can revolve through 360 degrees from the ground up.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

The Kelvingrove is a Glaswegian institution; the most popular visitor attraction in Scotland, the Museum is as much loved by the locals as by tourists. This is one of the finest and most eclectic civic collections in the UK, housed in an extravagant building that, as local legend would have it, was built back to front, with its Spanish Baroque facade facing into Kelvingrove Park. In fact, this is how the building was designed; every aspect of the building is grandiose.

Families flock here, especially at weekends, when the delighted squeals of children compete with the live organ music. And family is the key to this museum’s success; the exhibits are laid out in accessible, interactive displays, perfect for engaging kids’ interest.

Even the paintings are hung unusually low, so that a 9 year old can get a good view of them, as well as adults. The Museum is a cornucopia of art, antiques and artefacts, from Sir Roger the stuffed elephant to the Spitfire hanging in the hall, to the array of armour and fossils.

You can gaze on the river Clyde, and find out about its noble shipbuilding past in the interactive displays. Most spectacularly, the Tower can revolve through 360 degrees from the ground up.
Glasgow’s Inspiration Festival is a unique event; an Arts Festival for young people, promoting the themes of humanity, equality and destiny. It attracts top international theatre, dance, mime and puppetry companies to Glasgow, and also features work produced by Glasgow’s young people, developed in artists’ residencies. And there’s even a mini Wee Inspiration Festival, for younger children.