Glasgow City Tour

The City Tour of Glasgow is a 2 hour tour, half-day or day trip in Scotland's largest city with your own local driver & guide. Discover the city's transformation from a historic mercantile and industrial power to a centre of artistic and architectural innovation from the comfort of a an executive seven seater people carrier.

Our two hour city tour of Glasgow will give you an appreciation of whatmade Glasgow the city it is today, from a humble fishing village to an important religious centre in the middle ages and her rise to prominence as the second city of the British Empire based on the international trade routes and ship building

that grew from the River Clyde. 

Glasgow sights that you willprivate guided tour of glasgowsee on this tour include: the world renowned Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum,

the new, modern Glasgow Transport Museum, the graceful Georgian buildings of Glasgow's West End, the Finnieston Crane, the Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed Glasgow School of Art, George Square, Glasgow Cathedral and the People's Palace.

The half-day city tour of Glasgow includes the above itinerary plus a stop of approximately two hours to allow you to visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which has free admission. Inside you can see the world famous painting Christ of St. John of the Cross by Salvador Dali as well as works by Rembrandt, Picasso, Monet and Van Gogh, amongst others. The building itself is a work of art, opened in 1901 and having recently undergone significant restoration you will find yourself admiring the beautiful Spanish Baroque style architecture as much as the art on display.

The full-day city tour of Glasgow follows the same itinerary as the half-day tour in the morning. At lunchtime, we can recommend a restaurant to suit your budget and taste. Then, in the afternoon, we will take you to Pollok Country Park, situated five miles to the south of the city centre and recent winner of the European Park of the Year award. Once there you have the whole afternoon to explore Pollok House and the Burrell Collection (free entry) and take a wander around the mature park land. Pollok House is an 18th century mansion built for the Maxwell family and bequeathed by them to the city of Glasgow in 1966. It features extensive gardens and is open to the public year-round. The neighbouring Burrell Collection is home to an extraordinary display of artifacts from around the world as well as works by Degas, Cezanne and Rodin. If, after all of that culture you need some fresh air then why not take a walk around the park, grab a photograph with the resident Highland cows or if you're really lucky you might spot one of the wild roe dear that roam the estate!