On this Hop-On Hop-Off tour, you have the freedom to plan your own sightseeing itinerary. With twenty one stops covering all of Glasgow’s main attractions such as the Glasgow cathedral, St Mungo’s Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art, this tour provides the perfect introduction to the city.
Your ticket allows you unlimited use, meaning you can hop-on and hop-off as many times as you like at any of the designated stops.
You can board the bus from any of the stops:
• George Square: See an interesting collection of paintings at the Gallery of Modern Art.
• Glasgow Cathedral: Browse through the exhibits on display in the St Mungo’s Museum and see the Provands Lordship, the oldest surviving house in Glasgow.
• Merchant City: (Sunday’s only) Stroll through the Merchants’ Square and see the Ramshorn Theatre.
• Glasgow Green: The site is famous for the People’s Palace, the Barras Market (Saturday and Sunday) and the West Brewery.
• St. Andrews Square: The main attraction here is the Glasgow Police Museum, which covers the history of Britain's first police force, the City of Glasgow Police, from 1779-1975.
• St Enoch Shopping Centre: Stroll through the numerous shops and boutiques in this square.
• George Square
• St Vincent Place: You can see the lighthouse and then visit the Princess Square for shopping. Another popular shopping destination here is the Buchanan Galleries.
• SAS Radisson Hotel
• Hotels: The main hotels here are the Marriott, Menzies, Hilton and Corus.
• City Inn: The attractions here are the Rotunda Club and the Campanil Hotel.
• SECC: See the Science Centre and the IMAX Cinema.
• Tall Ship: See the Glasgow Harbour and the Heliport.
• Glasgow University: Visit the Hunterian Art Gallery & Museum, the oldest public museum in Scotland. You can also see the Mackintosh House, the house of architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, with its original contents restored.
• Byres Road: Visit the Botanical Gardens and see the Oran Mor, the venue for concerts in Glasgow.
• Museums: You can visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Transport Museum and the Kelvin Hall Sports Arena.
• Kelvin Park: Stroll through the picturesque Kelvingrove Park.
• Charring Cross: The site is famous for the Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum, the Mitchell Library and the Tenement House.
• Willow Tearooms: See the Glasgow School of Arts.
• Theatres:The attractions around the site include the Piping Centre, theatre Royal, Pavilion theatre and the RS Academy of Music and Drama.
• Royal Concert Hall: You can visit the Buchanan Galleries for a fine shopping experience.
You may choose to conclude this tour at any of the stops mentioned above as per your convenience.