This itinerary aims to give you a bit of everything and help you maximise your stay.  It combines free and paying attractions, and should have something for everyone.

  • Board the bus at our main stop (Stop 1) at George Square.
  • Hop-off at Glasgow Cathedral (Stop 2) and enjoy a visit to the cathedral or the Necropolis where you can explore the final resting place of many of Glasgow’s wealthy Victorian, and take in the great views of the city.
  • Hop back on board until the SECC (Stop 11) where you can walk across the bridge to visit The Glasgow Science Centre, a stunning building filled with great exhibits featuring science and technology as well as an IMAX cinema.  An onsite Café means you can also enjoy lunch there before crossing the bridge and hopping back on at the SECC (Stop 11)
  • Next stop would be Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum (Stop 16).  Kelvingrove has an amazing collection of everything from paintings to natural history exhibits.  It also sits beside the lovely Kelvingrove Park where you can stroll beside the River Kelvin.  Hopping back on at Stop 16, we would recommend you then complete the tour and hop off back at George Square (Stop 1) to enjoy a stroll through the city centre, perhaps taking the opportunity to find somewhere to eat that evening or enjoy a few drinks while watching the world pass by in a pavement café

Glasgow Cathedral is open from 9.30am until 5.30pm excluding Sunday mornings, free entry.

Necropolis is open from 8.30 until 4.30, free entry.

Glasgow Science Centre summer opening times are 10am to 5pm daily.  During winter times alter and closed on Mondays & Tuesdays.  Entry is from £10.50 adult but remember you get 20% off with your City Sightseeing Glasgow ticket!).

Kelvingrove Art Gallery is open daily from 10am to 5pm (11am on Sundays) and entry is free apart from certain exhibitions.