Glasgow is filled with beautiful buildings and fascinating corners that make for really interesting wedding photo backdrops! When selecting your venue, its location to some of these places may be important to you for the photos…
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
This beautiful gallery reopened in 2006 after a three year refurbishment, and since then it has become one of Scotland’s most visited tourist attractions! The grand building makes for a fantastic photo feature.
This is the oldest Cathedral on mainland Scotland and the oldest building in Glasgow. The gothic feel and style of it certainly makes it stand out from the surroundings!
This hyper-modern museum certainly makes for a contemporary feature to a traditional wedding day! The Riverside Museum houses historic vehicles and state-of-the-art interactive displays.
Gallery of Modern Art
How about a night at the museum? Although this looks like the museum in the film, this is actually the Gallery of Modern Art in the city. It’s especially beautiful at night when it’s lit up, perfect for wedding photos.
Glasgow Science Centre
Another modern space, the Glasgow Science Centre was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 5th July 2001. It is one of Scotland’s most popular paid-for visitor attractions.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens
If you’re wanting more of a natural background, the Botanic Gardens are filled with bright and beautiful blooms to make a feature on your wedding day. It features several glasshouses the most notable of which is Kibble Palace.
Perhaps slightly more creepy, but still rather beautiful is Glasgow’s Necropolis. It’s a Victorian cemetery on a hill to the east of the Cathedral. Over 50,000 people are buried here! There are some fascinating monuments here too.
And finally, we have George Square. It’s one of six squares in the city, and is named after King George III. We couldn’t exclude it from the list – it really is beautiful and very central, in close proximity to most wedding venues in the city!