Experience the best of Glasgow on our captivating walking tour. Begin at George Square, where impressive architecture and statues set the stage for the city’s grandeur. Pass by the historic Provand’s Lordship, the oldest house in Glasgow, and learn about its enchanting gardens. Marvel at the awe-inspiring Glasgow Cathedral, a majestic masterpiece dating back to the 12th century. From the outside, discover the social history of Glasgow at the People’s Palace and become familiar with the history, culture and traditions of Glasgow. Finally, unwind in the tranquility of Glasgow Green, the city’s oldest park, and admire the iconic Doulton Fountain. Join us for an easy-paced journey through Glasgow’s rich heritage and vibrant culture.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Glasgow Cathedral Admission Fees. Adult – £7.50

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    George Square

    In addition to its strategic proximity to many of Glasgow's most popular sites, such as the modern art gallery. George Square is also a popular place to visit year-round, with live music from local bands and pipers to entertain you. In winter, you can rent skates and visit the ice rink that is held every year, while during the holiday season there will be a fairground and Christmas lights.

  • 2

    Provand's Lordship

    During your visit, from outside discover the Provand's Lordship building to St Nicholas Garden, a tranquil herbal garden built in the style of 15th-century gardens. (Outside visit)

  • 3

    Glasgow Cathedral

    The medieval church has some of the best stained glass windows in the UK. While the interior and exterior have been described as very beautiful. (Outside visit)

  • 4

    People's palace

    The museum is located in the iconic Glasgow Green, which is the reason to stop by the People's Palace. From outside, learn about the significance and history of this landmark. (Outside visit)

  • 5

    Glasgow green

    Glasgow Green (the oldest park in the city), is located on the east bank on the banks of the River Clyde, just a five-mile walk from the city center. It is probably most famous for being home to the People's Palace and Winter Gardens, opened in 1898 by the Earl of Rosebery and still one of the places, the most famous in the world Glasgow's Top Attractions

Meeting Point

At George Square, in front of George House
(Glasgow G1 2AD, UK) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.