Curated Activities – Great things to do in Glasgow
Private Glasgow Highlights
Dating from the 1350’s, Glasgow’s history is long and fascinating. A private walking tour covers Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Green and George Square, but this is not just shopping. It’s the story of a colorful ship-building town with a trove of architectural styles. – by Viator
Ultimate Whiskey Tasting
If 3 whiskey tastes at 4 distilleries is your cup of tea, this tour is for you. This is for a discerning palate, however, and the tastes are wisely spaced throughout the day, with a generous lunch break. Distillery choices include Glenturret, Clydeside. Glenkinchie and many more. – by Viator.
Ayrshire and Robert Burns Discovery
Drive to the lands that created Scotland’s beloved poet (Auld Lang Syne ring a bell?). This is a day of nature walks, ruined and still-standing castles, and the Burns museum. Lunch on your own amid picturesque villages. – by Get Your Guide
“Outlander” Castle Tour
Be a fan for a day and learn the real story behind the Outlander castles, be it Doune Castle (Castle Leoch), Culross (Claire’s herb garden), Mercat Cross (Cranesmuir) or Blackness Castle (Fort William). – by Viator
Kelvingrove and Byres Road Walking Tour
Glasgow’s gave the world Rennie Mackintosh and his work is represented well at the Kelvingrove, alongside titans like Monet and Rembrandt. Your private tour covers this museum, plus the eclectic Victorian Botanical plant collection at the Glasgow Gardens. Finish with Byres street snacks and shopping. – by Viator.
“Glasgow is maybe the most bullshit-free place on earth. I think I call it ‘the antidote to the rest of the world.'” – Anthony Bourdain
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