On this 1.5-2hour experience, your local guide will immerse you in the sights and sounds of the West End, bringing its history and culture to life. From the Botanic Gardens to the University of Glasgow - there's something for everyone!
Discover the affluent and prosperous area of Glasgow’s West End with it’s own unique history and culture. Home to the iconic University of Glasgow, Scotland’s most visited Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and the relaxing Botanic Gardens, the West End is a must visit on any trip to Glasgow.
During this 1.5 hour tour we will make the ordinary, extraordinary as you hear the stories of Glasgow's development during the ages. From Kibble Palace at the Botanic Gardens to the hidden railway line and the Lady of the Lake in Kelvingrove Park, we'll meander down the quaint cobbled lanes of the West End to uncover the history and stories that make this area so unique.
The tour will cover all of the sites of the West End including:
As well as some hidden treasures of the city that you wouldn't see by yourself!
Book Online: https://www.walkingtoursin.com/westendtour
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Price: £65 per group up to 6 people.
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