Quirky Things To Do in Glasgow

Looking for something to do that's fun but doesn't involve being dragged to a club and forced to dance in a circle with your pals 'til the wee hours? From burlesque shows to hidden bars, there's plenty of quirky things to do in Glasgow that offer something a little bit different to your usual. Take a look at our picks of the best quirky things to do in Glasgow and go try them out - you might just end up with a new hobby or undiscovered talent.

Last updated on 23rd May 2019

Waxy O'Connor's Glasgow

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Waxy O'Connor's is really a site to behold, and it's not every day you say that about an Irish pub. The interior juxtaposes old church décor with stunning carpentry that springs from the floor and climbs the ceiling. Spread across three floors, you'll find six bars, nine seating areas, and a delicious range of food and drink.       

Flat 0/1

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Tucked away somewhere along Bath Street is Flat 0/1, one of the most quirky places to party. Decked with 70s furniture and cupboards constantly stocked up with booze, Flat 0/1 invite you round to get stuck into one of their full-on, all-out nights where home-grown DJs crank up the volume.