On a Kilted Haggis tour we bring Glasgow’s historical, compelling and sometimes gruesome past to life. Starting in George Square, you will visit some iconic Glasgow tourist attractions such as the Galley of Modern Art, the Tobacco Merchant’s House, Glasgow Cathedral, Provan’s Lordship, the Tolbooth Steeple and Trongate. You will hear various tales of some well-known Glaswegians; from the wealthy tobacco lords to the patrons of the Barrowland Ballroom, we have a story to tell you. We believe our Kilted Haggis tour will provide you with a good insight into the history and society of Glasgow.
Your Kilted Haggis experience will last up to 3 hours. The walking tour lasts around 2 hours and then you will have the opportunity to relax in one of Glasgow’s fine hostelries where you can enjoy a live set of traditional Scottish music, performed by the Kilted Haggis team. Glasgow has long enjoyed a strong connection with music. From the days of traditional music hall variety, it’s now host to a range of fabulous music venues today. Live music is a quintessential part of Glasgow life and a trip to the city would not be complete without this experience.
When you book a Kilted Haggis walking tour, your guides will look forward to meeting you in George Square by the Cenotaph – just look out for the kilts! Our tours are currently running at weekends starting at 11am. Please visit the bookings page on our website to book your place.