George Square Observation Wheel (Glasgow) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Experience*~* When we recently visited Glasgow, we had every intention of having a wander around to George Square to see the lights. We were there on a wet and cold Saturday afternoon and expected the square to be desserted. We go every year and I have previously reviewed the Square as a whole. I regularly pop on to the George Square webcam and when I logged on last week, I spotted this huge observation wheel! I was so excited! Anyway despite the awful weather and being dark, we decided we fancied a ride on the wheel. It was very busy when we arrived and we had a 15minute queueing time. Luckily there is shelter to protect from the elemen... more
Customer George Square Observation Wheel (Glasgow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/12/11 (Very useful, 131 readings)
George Square in Glasgow City Centre is home to various memorial statues and benches throughout the year. During November and December, it is transformed in a winter wonderland with a huge tree, lights, bars and music, an outdoor ice rink and various small rides for the children. This year, a new addition was added to the square for the festive season - an observation wheel. The same company offers wheels in Manchester, Plymouth and a few other cities in the UK and abroad. *~*Observation Wheel*~* The observation wheel took just 3 days to erect and is situated across from Queen Street station within George Square. The wheel isn't so much a ... Read the complete review
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