We'll explore of Glasgow's amazing places including: George Square: Glasgow's Main Square - full of interesting statues and stories GOMA and the Duke of Wellington Statue: The Gallery of Modern Art (external) and one of Glasgow's most recognisable monuments Merchant City: One of Glasgow's oldest quarters dating back to the 1750's when it was home to some of Glasgow's wealthiest traders Glasgow Cathedral: The core of the historical part of Glasgow and one of the most recognised symbols of the city. -What role do a tree, a fish, a bird, and a bell play in the city’s history? -What is the status of the Queen when she visits the Cathedral? The Necropolis: -Who was the first person buried in the cemetery? -How did the Gypsy Queen meet Queen Victoria? -Is John Knox the reformer buried in the Necropolis? Provand’s Lordship and St Mungo Museum of Religions: -Where's the oldest civil building and ersatz-medieval house in Glasgow? -What are the Tontine faces? -Why did Mary Queen of Scots stay here? Mercat Cross and Tolbooth Steeple: -What do ‘tron’ and ‘gait’ mean? -What were the rules for the prisoners of the tolbooth?
On our Glasgow 3hr Must Sees Personal Walking Tour you'll learn about the history, architecture and culture of this amazing City and visit many places including: George Square - GoMA and Duke of Wellington statue - Merchant City - Murals - Glasgow Cathedral - The Necropolis and more...
This is a private walking tour that last approx 3 hours. We limit the number of places to two as that is the most common request, but if only one person books, we will close off the booking to one, so that the tour is more personal. If you're part of a larger group, get in touch.
Glasgow Must Sees 3hr Personal Tour