This morning, I collected my tour group from Glasgow’s West End and proceeded as follows:

Firstly, to Glasgow’s famous 13th century Cathedral dedicated to St Mungo or St Kentigern.

Inside Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

Then a walk to the nearby Necropolis, 19th century burial ground of Glasgow’s business and social elite. A wide array of elaborate memorials and tombstones.

Burial Ground at Glasgow Necropolis

Glasgow Necropolis

Just across the road from the Cathedral is Provand’s Lordship, Glasgow’s oldest bilding which dates from the 15th century and may originally have formed part of the medieval religious complex centred on theĀ  Cathedral.

Glasgow's Oldest House

Provand's Lordship

Old Tobacco Quarter with its origins in the last half of the 18th century. Here we saw the Shawfield Mansion and the stunning interior of the Corinthian.

Shawfield Mansion Glasgow

Tobacco Lord's Mansion, Glasgow

City Chambers (town hall) in central Glasgow with its richly decorated interior. A stunning manifestation of Glasgow’s wealth and prominence in the late 19th century.

Inside Glasgow City Chambers

Glasgow City Chambers

Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover.


Mackintosh's House for Art Lover

The world famous Burrell Collection with its wide collection of art and antiques.

The Thinker by Rodin


Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Inside Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery

A short walk up to visit Glasgow University

University of Glasgow

Glasgow University

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