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Glasgow Cathedral

2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0RH, Scotland
+44 141 552 6891
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The medieval Glasgow Cathedral has been in constant use for worship for over 800 years, and is of great architectural and historic interest. Highlights include one of the finest post-war collections of stained glass windows in Britain, and the ceiling in the Blackadder Aisle which was built around 1500 by Archbishop Blackadder. Cared for by Historic Scotland and open to visitors throughout the year from 9.30am except Sundays when it is open at 1pm. Recitals and special family events are a regular feature. Closing times vary seasonally.
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2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0RH, Scotland
+44 141 552 6891
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

Cathedral is an eay walk from most downtown hotels.Would recommend going to the Necropolis in the early AM for a stroll with great views of the city. Cathedral well staffed and helpful as we picked up/purchased Historic Scotland Tour passes there.Historical architecture and explanation was...More

Thank Sharman S
Reviewed 11 June 2017

A must visit place if you are staying in Glasgow for a few days. Old and interesting and very well looked after, with plenty of guides to help with any questions.

Thank June M
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

Don't miss and take your time. If you go on the first day of your stay you appreciate a lot more details of the city. It is very important to let one of the guides tell you the story of St Mungo.

Thank Melinda W
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

This is a magnificent medieval Cathedral in the heart of Glasgow and the only one in mainland Scotland to survive the Reformation of 1560 intact. It is still a place of Worship for the local congregation. Parts date back to 1100. St Mungo is supposed...More

Thank motorcar1
Reviewed 8 June 2017

this was quite near where I stayed (Tartan hostel) so it was an obvious visit it all old building medieval still stained from Glasgow industrial smoke, like main protestant churches it quite plain and there is not huge amount to see, however it powerful experience...More

Thank CharlesGraham79
Reviewed 8 June 2017

Absolutely stunning landmark with much historical significance. There were beautiful stained glass windows...I highly recommend visiting here while in Glasgow.

Thank MindiSue
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It's a nice Cathedral. Not too fancy, but you feel it's old and used to be important for the city. Free entrance, so check it out when in Glasgow downtown.

Thank Iuliia B
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Beautiful 14th century Cathedral reportedly built on the site of St Mungos tomb. He died in the C7th and it is not known where he was buried exactly. Guides are friendly and very informative. It is a very holy and peaceful place. Please visit and...More

Thank grahamresmith
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

Possibly oldest cathedral in the United Kingdom. Unfortunately due to the reformation all the statues and paintings were removed. Still very old and Majestic. No entry fee. And as usual supported heavily by the souvenir shop in the church.

Thank William H
Reviewed 6 June 2017

An interesting Cathedral in a nice area with some nice stained glass. Near to the Museum of Religion and Culture. However, don't go in the museum café as the service is very slow. Instead, head off to the nearby Drygate Brewery for lunch.

Thank anneW3613UI
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No no no no its free and beautiful 👍😁
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There is a Sunday morning Service at 11.00 a.m. and Choral Evensong at 4.00 p.m. Visitors are welcome to attend. During the week it can be visited and Cathedral Guides are very knowledgeable and can guide you around the... More