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The World Gymnastics Championships first took place in Antwerp in 1903. Fast forward a century (give or a take a few years) to Glasgow, where the 46th World Gymnastics Championship is due to take place later this month. Events take place over 10 days, which will also see many famous faces from the world of gymnastics not to mention the bright, young, up and coming talent.
All competitors will be pushing themselves to the limit as this Championship is a qualification event for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Dreamhouse Apartments are selling like hot-cakes during this period, and anyone wishing to stay at one of our fabulous Glasgow locations need only look on our website. Hurry! Availability is very limited as this is a popular event.
Help raise much-needed funds for the world’s victims of disaster, poor and hungry in a fun positive way and celebrate curry in Britain, with National Curry Week & National Eating In/Out Week 2015. Restaurants, pubs, caterers, schools, and especially curry and ethnic food lovers at home.
A week of celebration, fun, food and fundraising to help us tackle poverty and suffering through the The Curry Tree Charitable Fund
For those who like dining out on delicious Indian cuisine, we’ve put together a spicy list of restaurants near Dreamhouse Apartment locations.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery is situated in the picturesque Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow’s West End. Recently reopened after refurbishment, the impressive Spanish Baroque style building is the largest civic museum and art gallery in the UK with collections of international importance.
These collections have been displayed in 22 high quality art galleries within the museum and include paintings, sculptures, silver, ceramics, European armour, weapons and firearms, clothing and furniture. There are also displays where visitors can see the natural history of Scotland, as there are also displays of relics from Scotland’s history and prehistory. This free to enter art gallery is a great day out for families with many interactive displays for young children and regular exhibitions, events and activities for all ages to enjoy.
Since its opening in 1966, the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art, situated in the heart of the city centre, has hosted many different contemporary art exhibits. The neoclassical building in Royal Exchange Square provides free-guided tours to allow visitors to explore the art of many famous artists including: Jim Lambie, David Hockney and Andy Warhol.
Home to the national collections of modern Scottish and international art from the 1900’s, the Gallery inherited a small number of 20th century works from the Scottish National Gallery when it opened. However, the majority of the collections have been collected in the past forty years, now compromising more than 500 items from the late nineteenth century to the present day, encompassing paintings, bronzes, works on paper, kinetic sculptures and video installations.