Get to know Glasgow with a City Sightseeing tour

Whether you are a foodie looking for great cuisine, a lover of design and architecture or simply someone who wants to shop and enjoy a bit of nightlife, our tour helps you find your Glasgow.

From the famed Glasgow School of Art at stop 19 to the stunning Hydro concert venue at stop 11, we think we’ve got most interests covered.

On our tour map, we’ve listed most of the key attractions found at each stop on our route but if you want more information so you can make more plans, we recommend you visit the People Make Glasgow website where you’ll find a huge array of things to do and places to visit while you are here. Many of Glasgow’s top attractions are free!

Our tour gives great insights into our wonderful city but we thought it would also be helpful if we came up with some itineraries that will help you choose where you want to go and also help you plan how long you’ll spend taking in the sights.

The University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world and is home to some of the most beautiful architecture in the city.

Riverside Museum

Riverside Museum

The Riverside Museum is Glasgow's transport museum, home to over 3,000 objects from skateboards and locomotives to motorbikes. In 2013, it won European Museum of the Year.

City Chambers

City Chambers

Glasgow City Chambers is the focal point of George Square and is home to the largest marble staircase in Western Europe.

Scottish Events Campus

Scottish Events Campus

The Scottish Events Campus hosts Glasgow's biggest conferences, events and concerts.

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

One of Scotland's most magnificent medieval buildings, Glasgow Cathedral is the only one on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformation of 1560 intact.

The Duke of Wellington

The Duke of Wellington

The Duke of Wellington statue outside the Gallery of Modern Art wears a cone on his head, a demonstration of the local sense of humour.

Image courtesy of Visit Scotland.

Did You Know?

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum has 22 theme galleries full of 8000 artistic delights