View from the Hydro over the river Clyde

Things to do in Glasgow

Our walking tour is unique to Glasgow it takes in up to five locations tasting signature dishes of the bars and restaurants visited, as well as beer and whisky tastings plus one or two other surprises along the way.

We would also like to suggest other things to do in Glasgow during your stay that we think complement our tour and help you build up a feel for what Glasgow is about. Click on the photos or headings for further information.

Glasgow Music City Tours

Guided walking tours of Glasgow's Music scene. They offer two distinct tours, which will run each Friday and Saturday. They can also provide bespoke tours to meet your specific requirements.

Glasgow music city tours

Glasgow Cathedral

The area where the Cahtedral is sited has a number of historic buildings nearby plus the Necropolis. So a good area to spend half a day visiting.

photo from Architecture Glasgow

Glasgow cathedral

Necropolis

Some may say a rather dark thing to visit a cemetary. But the Necropolis is worth a visit even if only fo the views over the city but there a number of intersting structures to see as you walk round.

 

Necroplis

The House for an Art Lover

A loving restoration of a Charles Rennie McIntoch designed home bedecked with many pieces of McIntosh furntiure and his distinctive flourishes.

House for an art lover

 

Scottish football museum

A little bit out of the centre of Glasgow but worth a visit to see how the game (or as some know it as soccer) has evolved from it's humble beginings to one of the most watched sports in the world.

 

Scottish football museum

Kelvingrove

Well worth a visit even if it isn't raining many great exhibits and art works on display and it's free.

Kelvingrove