Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

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City Sightseeing Glasgow: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. City Sightseeing Glasgow: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore one of the most vibrant and exciting Scottish cities with a 1 or 2-day ticket to Glasgow’s hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Explore excellent museums, art galleries, beautiful parks and buildings, as well as shopping opportunities that are second only to London. In addition, the city’s pubs, cafés, bars and nightclubs help make Glasgow one of the new preferred destinations for short breaks. The visitor attractions and places of interest are spread throughout the city and the best way to visit the attractions and to see the city, is to step on one of the open-top tour buses for a fully guided tour round all the main sights. Jump off at any of the 21 stops, conveniently located for the Gothic Cathedral, the Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel, the recently restored Kelvingrove Art Galleries, Glasgow University, Glasgow Green and Clydeside Distillery, among many other sights. Bus Route Itinerary:  Stop 1 - George Square Stop 2 - Glasgow Cathedral Stop 3 - Merchant City Stop 4 - Barras Market Stop 5 - Glasgow Green Stop 6 - St Enoch Stop 7 - St Vincent Place Stop 8 - Radisson Hotel Stop 9 - Argyle Street Stop 10 - Hilton Garden Inn Stop 11 - SECC Stop 12 - Clydeside Distillery Stop 13 - Riverside Museum Stop 14 - Kelvin Way Stop 15 - Byres Road Stop 16 - Kelvingrove Art Gallery Stop 17 - Kelvin Park Stop 18 - University of Glasgow Stop 19 - Charing Cross Stop 20 - Sauchiehall St Stop 21 - Theatre Royal Stop 22 - Buchanan Bus Station

Glasgow: Customized Private Walking Tour with a Local

2. Glasgow: Customized Private Walking Tour with a Local

Avoid the usual sightseeing tours and discover the beautiful city of Glasgow through the eyes of a local. Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get assigned a local host who is passionate about the city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Meet where you are staying to get familiar with the neighborhood and find out about the best places to eat and drink. Discover hidden gems you might otherwise miss and get tips on the easiest ways to get around. Chat about cultural differences, hear about local events and learn what it is really like to live in the city. Feel more comfortable navigating your way around on your own and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of the rest of your stay.

Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

3. Glasgow: West End Private Walking Tour

Discover the affluent and prosperous area of Glasgow’s West End with its own unique history on this private walking tour. Explore sights such as the University of Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and the relaxing Botanic Gardens. During this 1.5 hour tour, immerse yourself in the history of Glasgow's development. Walk down quaint cobbled lanes to see sights such as Kibble Palace at the Botanic Gardens, the hidden railway line, and the Lady of the Lake in Kelvingrove Park. Uncover the history and stories that make this area so unique with your local guide.

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What people are saying about Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 714 reviews

The bus helped us see parts of Glasgow we would not experienced since we did not have a car. Loved seeing the University and the Museum on the water.

Even though we were not able to make it to Loch Ness, we still had a great trip after all. Our guide Mr. Scott was fantastic and very entertaining.

Great for finding your way around the city! Have decided to do a bus tour again on the next city trips!

such a good way to get to know the city and decide what you would like to spend time visiting

Great very good plenty of knowledge about the history of Glasgow