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Discover all the great things to do and see in Glasgow with City Sightseeing. Let CitySightseeing show you all the things to do in Glasgow, from excellent museums, art galleries and beautiful parks, there is something for all ages in this exciting Scottish city. In addition, our friendly pubs, welcoming cafes and bars, and lively night clubs help to make Glasgow one of the new preferred destinations for short breaks for the younger and older generations.

City Sightseeing’s hop on hop off bus tours are the ultimate way to visit this vibrant city, which is packed with breathtaking sights and attractions. Why not join us on our instantly recognisable red buses for an entertaining and colourful insight into Glasgow’s past and present. From the top deck of the tour bus you will be amazed by the beautiful landscapes and exceptional architecture that this city has to offer. From famous art galleries and museums to attractive parks and countless shopping opportunities there really is something to suit every taste. Hop off the tour bus and visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum showcasing striking exhibitions in 22 themed modern galleries, this cultural treasure trove is one of the largest museums in the UK welcoming visitors of all ages. The museum largely caters for the kids who can actively take part in events throughout the year and workshops during the school holidays which are specially designed for them.

Why not visit another one of Glasgow’s leading attractions; located at Glasgow Harbour you will be amazed as you explore the last remaining Clyde built sailing ship. The Tall Ship provides you with a fascinating history and represents an impressive independent museum dedicated to the preservation of the Glenlee. Discover all the great things to do and see in Glasgow with City Sightseeing. Let CitySightseeing show you all the things to do in Glasgow, from excellent museums, art galleries and beautiful parks, there is something for all ages in this exciting Scottish city. In addition, our friendly pubs, welcoming cafes and bars, and lively night clubs help to make Glasgow one of the new preferred destinations for short breaks for the younger and older generations. Meeting/pick-up point: Suggested start point at Stop 1 - George Square.

Duration: The entire route takes 1 hour 45 minutes. The ticket is valid for 1 or 2 days, depending on your selection.

Frequency:Sunday to Friday: 1 May to 25 June and 1 September to 28 September every 20 minutes; 26 June to 31 August every 10 minutes; 29 September to 1 November every 30 minutes; 2 November to 30 March every 60 minutes. Saturdays: 1 May to 25 June and 1 September to 28 September every 15 minutes; 26 June to 31 August every 10 minutes; 29 September to 1 November every 20 minutes; 2 November to 30 March every 30 minutes.

Start/opening time: At 9:30am. During winter at 10am. End/closing time: Last tours:1 May to 25 June and 1 September to 28 September at 4:50pm; 26 June to 31 August at 6pm; 29 September to 1 November and 2 November to 30 March at 4pm.

Languages: Audio guide available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish, or live English speaking guides on selected journeys.Others: Tour not available on December 25th and 26th.