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Any trip to Glasgow wouldn’t be complete without a sightseeing tour of some description. Glasgow not only offers the firm favourites including hop on, hop off tours, walking tours and bike tours, but we have some of the most unusual places to see and visit that will take your breath away.

Walking Tours in Glasgow Website

Walking Tours in Glasgow Website
A day on foot discovering Glasgow is time well spent. Feel the city come alive before your eyes as an experienced tour guide entertains you with historical and fun facts along the way.

Rabbies Tours

Rabbies Tours
Glasgow is not only the cultural capital of Scotland but it’s a great base from which to explore the rest of the country. Rabbie’s tours have a fantastic number of overnight and day trips that you can take from Glasgow to places including the Isle of Skye, Loch Lomond and further afield to the Highlands. You’ll be spoilt for choice.

Waverly Paddle Steamer

Waverly Paddle Steamer
Step back in time as you board the Waverly Paddle Steamer, now considered the last seagoing paddle steamer in the world, and it is right here in Glasgow for you to experience first-hand.


Get booking one of the most enjoyable tours in town, the Necropolis! On a guided tour of this 37-acre cemetery you will learn so much of its fascinating history and stories you won’t quite believe about some of the 50,000 people interred there.

River Clyde Cruises

River Clyde Cruises
In Paris, they have the river Seine, in London, the Thames, and in Glasgow we have our very own River Clyde Cruises. Get up close and personal with the city and its history as you cruise along on one of the River Clyde Cruises. Duration 1 hour and tickets are from £5 per child.

Hop on Hop off tours

Hop- on Hop- off tours
Hop on Hop off city tours are top sellers for a reason. They are such an enjoyable way to combine getting to know the sights as well as building in your transportation costs at the same time. Plus, you can spend time at attractions and venues that of particular interest to you whether that be the Kelvingrove Museum or the shopping malls in the city centre. The choice is yours.

Bike Tours in Glasgow

Bike Tours in Glasgow
Bike tours are not only great for your heart, but also for the environment. You’ll get to see so much more than you can imagine as you navigate the alleys, streets and cycle lanes around the city.

Tennents Wellpark brewery

Tennent’s Brewery
161 Duke Street is an address known to many in Glasgow and high on the list of must do visitor attractions in our city. It is the home of Tennent’s wellpark brewery, always popular for a tour, tasting or even a masterclass. Don’t miss it, open Wednesday to Sunday only.

Red Bus Bistro

Red Bistro Bus Tour
Step aboard the Glasgow Red Bistro Bus Tour as you step back in time. Enjoy the delicacies of a traditional Afternoon Tea or a tasty dinner as you weave through the streets of Glasgow onboard this classic vintage bus. Clients are raving about this unique experience and it’s one not to miss. Either experience costs just £42.50 per person.

Scottish Whiskey Distillery Tours

When in Scotland, a visit to a local Distillery is hard to escape. The ever-popular distillery tour offers a fascinating insight into the distillery process, whether you decide to enjoy a taste on the tour. Some of the more well-known ones include.

Eden Mill
The Clydeside Distillery

Football Stadium Tours

Calling all soccer fans, get up close and personal with your beloved team on a trip to a football stadium in Glasgow. There is pent up demand for these tours so book in advance if you are on a tight schedule.

Celtic Park Tours

Celtic Park Tours
Your pals will be green with envy if you take a selfie at Celtic Park Stadium. The tours include a behind the scenes look at the club, an in-depth tour of the tunnel, dressing room and so much more. Tour times may vary and are not operational on match days.

Hampden Stadium

Hampden Stadium
The history of Scottish soccer is fascinating, and a tour of Hampden stadium will provide an enjoyable look at its history, stories about soccer legends and how they have influenced the beautiful game. The museum opening times may vary.

Rangers Ibrox Tours

Rangers Ibrox Tours
A visit to the Rangers home ground The Ibrox stadium some will describe as magical and for good reason. Enjoy the experience of a full stadium tour which includes, the managers room and the blue room. Tours run frequently on most days, excluding match days.

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