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University of Glasgow Historical TOurs
University of Glasgow © Erin MacKenzie

Glasgow University Historical Tours

À partir de £10 par adulte

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Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth-oldest in the English-speaking world. The campus is perched on Gilmorehill overlooking the picturesque tenements of the West End., come and explore the history of the campus.

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth-oldest in the English-speaking world. The campus is perched on Gilmorehill overlooking the picturesque tenements of the West End.

This walking tour will take you on a fascinating journey around some of the university’s most significant spots - from philosopher Thomas Reid’s tombstone and the atmospheric cloisters to the very same staircase Lord Kelvin would take from his house to his laboratory - whilst discovering the connections of James Watt, Adam Smith and Isabella Elder whose names are inscribed on the university’s Memorial Gates.


Coordonnées

Glasgow University SRC
McIntyre Building
University Ave
Glasgow
North Lanarkshire
Scotland
G12 8QQ
Point de départ
Glasgow
Durée
1
Hour
Thèmes
History

Prix

À partir de

  • £10 Par adulte
  • £5 Per child
  • £8 Réductions
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Glasgow University SRC

Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth-oldest in the English-speaking world. The campus is perched on Gilmorehill overlooking the picturesque tenements of the West End. This walking tour will take you on a fascinating journey around some of the university’s most significant spots - from philosopher Thomas Reid’s tombstone and the atmospheric cloisters to the very same staircase Lord Kelvin would take from his house to his laboratory - whilst discovering the connections of James Watt, Adam Smith and Isabella Elder whose names are inscribed on the university’s Memorial Gates.

Horaires d'ouverture

Tours run Tuesday to Sunday times are:

April to October 11am and 2pm
November to March 2pm only

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