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Glasgow: Private Historical Walking Tour

1. Glasgow: Private Historical Walking Tour

Step into the past with on a walking tour of Glasgow. Find out about the history of the city as you stroll through George Square, Glasgow Cathedral, the collections in the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Police Museum. Meet your guide at George Square and admire the the Victorian architecture of the City Chambers, the Merchants' House, and the headquarters of the Glasgow City Council. Discuss how this square is named after an English King with your local guide.  Discover Glasgow's early Christian and Roman heritage and learn how the ancient tribes influenced the city. Walk to the modern commercial district and see where commercial Capitalism took root and where socialism and the British Labor party began. Continue to the shopping street and find the homes and palaces of the original trading Barons. Hear about who once made and lost fortunes and how the American War of Independence may have been set alight by Glaswegians. See more of this vibrant city as you visit the imposing Glasgow Cathedral, the collections in the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Police Museum. Explore the influence of Irish Immigrants on the city's growth. Finish your tour at the Glasgow Cross where public executions used to take place. 

Glasgow: Haunted City Exploration Game

2. Glasgow: Haunted City Exploration Game

Discover the haunted underworld of Glasgow with an interactive city exploration app. You will be guided step by step to the cursed buildings where eternal punishments are carried out while learning all of their ghastly stories. Brace yourself and explore haunted Glasgow with the help of your smartphone. Starting from Glasgow Central Station, follow the clues as they lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions so you won’t need a map, GPS, or a guide. Hear the gruesome history of Glasgow City Chambers, the Merchant City Clock Tower, and the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall among many others. When you solve the clue and guess the answer, the secret story of that place will be unlocked. Along the way, you’ll find horror stories that will give you the chills. If you are a large group, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to play the city game on their smartphone. Alternatively, each person can purchase their own ticket. You can play as a group and solve the clues together as you walk, or you can split into smaller groups/teams and compete against the others. Each person can also play on their own, separate from the group and meet the group at the end.

Glasgow: Glenfinnan, Fort William, and Glencoe Winter Tour

3. Glasgow: Glenfinnan, Fort William, and Glencoe Winter Tour

Your Glenfinnan tour begins in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, departing the bustling streets and heading North past Loch Lomond - the largest loch in Scotland - and travelling through the heart of the Trossachs National Park. The Trossachs are often known as "the Highlands in Miniature", perfect to get your warmed up for the real highlands further north. We pause for refreshments in Tyndrum, in the Trossachs area, before our Glenfinnan tour continues onwards to Glencoe. The Glen is arguably one of Scotland's most famous glens. You may recognise it from several famous movies and tv shows. It features in James Bonds' Skyfall, as well as in scenes from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and Outlander. From the atmospheric and haunting Glencoe, we journey onwards to the Glenfinnan Viaduct, also known to many as the "Harry Potter Bridge". The Glenfinnan Viaduct was arguably made most famous from its scenes in the Harry Potter films, and is surrounded by mountains on the shores of the stunning Loch Shiel. Not only is this location famous for the Jacobite Steam Train (aa. The Hogwarts' Express), Loch Shiel was the location of the 'Black Lake'. See if you can spot a 'grindylow' under the surface causing mischief! It's also the setting for Buckbeak's beautiful flight, scenes from the Triwizard Tournament, and also the stunning Loch on which Hogwarts sits. We take in the viaduct and a brilliant photo opportunity before a visit to the nearby Glenfinnan Monument before a visit to the nearby Glenfinnan Monument which symbolises one of the most important events in Scottish history; the 1745 Jacobite Uprising. From Glenfinnan, we travel along the banks of Loch Linnhe to the Highland town of Fort William which sits at the foot of Britain's tallest mountain - Ben Nevis. We stop here to give plenty of time for you to stretch your legs and have a lunch break. We then begin our return journey to Glasgow, passing Loch Lomond and taking in a photo and coffee break. Arriving back into the city centre for early evening

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What people are saying about Glasgow

this is a fabulous tour. The guide Ian was spectacular. Full of fascinating facts, well read, a pleasure to listen to and follow. Not only a guide but an actor that captivated you firvthe whole tour. Don't miss out. Also amazing value. Thank you Ian, if only they where all like you.....but your a star.

Ian was a great performer. Lots of interesting information with a great attitude. It was useful and entertaining at the same time. I loved it!

It was a very fascinating experience. The guide was very interactive..fun loving and knew a lot ...worth going for it

Ian had a very theatrical and commanding presence which kept the audience enthralled and informed at the same time.

Interesting walk and history of Glasgow despite the weather I would recommend it