Welcome to a sometimes hidden world1 min
Built to impress when Glasgow was second city of the British Empire14 min
Possibly one of the finest buildings in Europe9 min
A resting place with a view7 min
A classical space reinvented9 min
Clydeport Navigation Trust Building10 min
Rediscovering a masterpiece9 min
A building that does not let you go9 min
Glasgow style: a masterpiece of reinvention9 min
Bringing old buildings back to life1 min
Inside stories of great Glasgow buildings reveal changing fortunes of a dynamic city. None more dramatic than the impact of the 2020 pandemic.
Welcome to Glasgow’s Landmarks Tour, brought to you by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust in collaboration with Walking Heads. We take you inside eight of Glasgow’s most striking landmarks. Even though doors are closed.
This is a journey through changing times and shifting fortunes; history recorded in stone and steel, mahogany and (almost literally) miles of marble.
At each stop we meet experts who bring the buildings to life. Memories are a vital part of city heritage even at sites like Glasgow School of Art, tragically destroyed by fire.
We’ve suggested an order to explore the buildings but feel free to take the tour at your own pace in whatever order suits you best.
Glasgow’s Landmarks Tour complements Doors Open Day which takes place every September. See www.glasgowdoorsopenday.com.