Art Deco architecture in Sauchiehall Street.


This morning, we joined the City Sightseeing Tour of Glasgow by ‘Hop On-Hop-Off’ Tour Bus. We joined the tour at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and then proceeded on a clockwise tour taking in:

  • Sauchiehall Street, Renfrew Street, George Square and Glasgow Cathedral. We alighted at the Cathedral and visited the historic building and nearby  Necropolis. At the Cathedral we were escorted around this historic, 13th century building by a local guide and then walked up to the nearby Necropolis ( city of the dead) which, due to elevation, afforded excellent views over Glasgow City. We had lunch at a nearby hotel.

George Square


Royal Conservatoire of Scotland


Nave of Glasgow Cathedral


Glasgow Cathedral


Glasgow Necropolis


  • Next, we re-joined the bus and went on past Tennent Caledonian Brewery, Merchant Square, St Andrews Square, Peoples Palace, Argyle Street, Glasgow Science Centre, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and Riverside Museum.

Doulton Fountain, Glasgow Green


St. Andrew’s in the Square


Finnieston Crane


  • Next, on a route through Glasgow’s West End passing Glasgow University, Byres Road and Botanic Gardens and back along Sauchiehall Street where we alighted again to visit the Tenement House in Buccleuch Street. This is a time capsule of an ordinary residence in the early 20th century. Unfortunately, photography is  not permitted in the interior of the House.

Tenement House


The Tenement House concluded our touring for the day. Tomorrow, we visit Rosslyn Chapel and Edinburgh.

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