City Sightseeing Glasgow Ltd

Coach Tour

153 Queen Street, Glasgow, City Of Glasgow, G1 3BJ

    City Sightseeing Glasgow runs fully guided, open-top bus tours of Glasgow allowing visitors to discover the city and hop-on and off at 28 stops around the city. Choose from a day ticket or one valid for two consecutive days.

    The City Sightseeing Glasgow tour offers visitors a brilliant way to discover the city and all its wonderful history and culture. 

    Choose between a knowledgeable live guide or our recorded commentary featuring historian Neil Oliver and sit back and enjoy the tour.
     
    Although the tour takes approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes, 28 stops along the route and a ticket valid for either 1 day or 2 consecutive days mean that you can hop-on and hop-off to visit one of Glasgow's free museums or art galleries as well as stop for lunch, a bit of shopping or simply a walk in one of the city's many parks.
     
    You can join the tour at any of the 28 stops however our friendly off-bus staff are located at our main George Square departure point and will be happy to help you with any queries or questions you may have about the tour.
     
    There is a choice of multi-lingual commentary in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Portuguese and Mandarin via headphones, or live English speaking guides on selected journeys.
     
    Ghoulish goings on for the kids....
    Ghoulish Glasgow is our recorded tour commentary suitable for kids aged 6 and over who like scary stories.  Join our two ghostly guides - Ingleramus and Emily - who will tell you tales from Glasgow's gory, ghosty and grime past.  Find out about some of Glasgow's historical hauntings, executions , murders and myths.  Ghoulish Glasgow is available on all multi-lingual journeys and while we provide disposable headphones for everyone taking our multi-lingual tours, we recommend that kids bring along their own for comfort.
     
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    Opening Times
    Open All Year
    2014 Opening Times
    3 Jan 2014 - 24 Dec 2014

    Tours operate on an hourly frequency from January to March then every 30 minutes during April and October and during the summer months (May - September) they operate a minimum frequency of every 20 minutes.
    Tours run all year with the exception of 25th & 26th December and 1st & 2nd January.
    For further information please check our website or give us a call on 0141 204 0444.

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    • American Express Card
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    • Mastercard

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