Explore Glasgow with me - your local guide and friend
You can learn a lot about a city like Glasgow in a day . . . if you're in the right company.
Join me on an educational, entertaining jaunt around this historically, architecturally, socially fascinating city. Once regarded as the 2nd city of the British Empire my home town will surprise you.
Numerous Museums, Art galleries, a world famous University, quirky buildings, parks aplenty, elegant stately homes, a rich history indeed all within walking distance or a short taxi journey of our meeting point in the city centre.
No shortage of charismatic tea rooms, pubs and restaurants to satisfy your every gastronomical need.
Join me, learn some Glasgow patter and have some fun.
The itinerary is flexible in order to maximise your Glasgow experience.
Tell me your interests, your Glasgow bucket list and I'll do my very best to accommodate you.
Glasgow really has so much to offer.
We meet under the big clock at Glasgow Central Railway station around 9:30 am.
Choose your places of interest from the following list. All within short walking distance or a brief taxi, bus or subway journey:
-The Necropolis ( City of the Dead )
-The People's Palace
-Brittanica Pantheon ( oldest surviving vaudevillian music hall )
-Charles Rennie Macintosh designs
-The Riverside transport museum
-The Tall ship
-The Tenement House
-The Burrell Collection
-The Scottish football museum
-The Glasgow Distillery
In addition there are many typical Scottish tearooms, pubs, bars and restaurants to quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite.
Many attractions are free admission.
The tour ends around 6pm.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Suggested by Guide: Glasgow Central Station, Under the BIg Clock
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Suggested by Guide: Glasgow Central Station, Under the big clock
Duration: 8 hours 30 min.
Walking with short taxi, bus or subway journey.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 £UK - Approximately £50 for admission to attractions. More if you plan to stay in Glasgow that evening to dine.
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
A License is not required for the majority of historical buildings and monuments in Scotland