Things To Do in Glasgow as a Couple

1. Film Night 

The Glasgow Film Theatre

For more than four decades, The Glasgow Film Theatre has been at the forefront of specialised cinema. An independent and historical cinema that doubles as a registered charity, across three screens, they exclusively showcase specialised titles, featuring mainstream and independent films.


20-minute walk or take the Subway from St Enoch to Cowcaddens then a 5-minute walk.

Glasgow’s oldest cinema, Grosvenor Picture Theatre, has undergone meticulous restoration to provide a distinctive and charming experience for cinema enthusiasts. Boasting only two screens adorned with plush leather armchairs and cosy sofa-style seats for shared enjoyment. Don’t miss the chance to accompany your popcorn with an expertly mixed cocktail, enhancing your overall cinematic experience for the perfect date night.


Take the Subway from St Enoch to Hillhead then a 2-minute walk.

Everyman Cinema

Located within the distinctive glass-domed atrium of Princes Square, Everyman Glasgow boasts three cosy cinema screens and a beautifully adorned bar. With comfortable sofa seating, why not treat yourself to a nice glass of wine and freshly made pizza, served straight to your seat.


8-minute walk.

2. Golf Fang 

Not your typical mini golf course – experience 18 holes of fun with different themed coursed, the crazy artwork and obstacles make for a fun date night.

Photo Credit: Golf Fang Glasgow


20-minute walk or take the bus from Howard Street to Clydeside Expressway: 1D theOne, 1 theOne, 1B theOne, 1C theOne or X4, then a 3-minute walk.

3. Visit the West End

Explore the trendy West End, known for its vibrant atmosphere, eclectic shops, and charming cafes. Ashton Lane is a particularly romantic cobbled street with pubs and restaurants.


Take the Subway from St Enoch to Hillhead then a 2-minute walk.

4. Traditional Scottish Pubs

Take in the buzzing atmosphere of Glasgow’s traditional pubs such as The Pot Still, The Scottia, MacSorley’s which hosts regular live music and open mic nights or Sloan’s, Glasgow’s oldest bar and restaurant.


The Pot Still – 13-minute walk
The Scottia – 7-minute walk
MacSorley’s – 2-minute walk
Sloan’s – 5-minute walk

5. Glasgow Cathedral

Visit the Glasgow Cathedral and nearby Necropolis for a historical and atmospheric experience, not to mention the stunning views of the city.


30-minute walk or take the bus from Midland Street to Glebe Street: 57, 57A, 38, 38B, then a 5-minute walk.


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