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Walking Heads Glasgow Music Tour


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10 Mar 2014
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12 Dec 2012
“See and Hear a Different Glasgow”
Glasgow Music Tour is a tourism award-winning audio walking tour exploring the sights, sounds and stories of Glasgow’s live music scene. Download the tour to your smartphone or MP3 player and wander off the beaten track to discover the haunts of...more
Glasgow G3 8ND, Scotland
+44 141 226 8808
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Reviewed 11 March 2014

Very much overdue, our review ... Sorry for that, Fay ... Fay from Walking Heads helped us out with the surch for a private guide in Glasgow on our Vespa trip through Scotland all the way from Belgium :-) ... Fay was very caring en...More

1  Thank Stijn-Sylvie
Reviewed 12 December 2012

Glasgow has a lively and historic music scene and you may well be in the city to see a gig or three, but how much do you know about the venues? Many of them have more stories to tell than the bands you could hear....More

3  Thank Kevin H
FrancesAnn13, Research Director at Walking Heads Glasgow Music Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 14 December 2012

Really pleased to hear that you discovered something new by doing the tour Kevin. To be honest we thought we knew a lot about the city's music scene until we started looking deeper into the stories of the venues and bands who play there. We...More

Reviewed 11 December 2012

The geniuses at Walking Heads have created a fantastic app to enlighten the uninformed and savviest music-lover alike. We loved every moment with our virtual guide Jim Gellatly, a perfect companion to navigate us through the city’s musical history with intriguing stories, excellent directions –...More

2  Thank About A C
Management response:Responded 14 December 2012

Enjoying the idea of being a genius! Thanks for a really cheering review on a cold winter day. Delighted you enjoyed the company of our guide Jim Gellatly, we think his enthusiasm is really infectious but of course we're kind of biased! Glad he got...More

Reviewed 10 November 2012

This must be one of the cheapest tours you can do anywhere. You download Walking Head's Glasgow Music Tour apps-and away you go. There are four apps covering four routes- taking about an hour each but the nice thing is you do it in your...More

2  Thank Jean R
FrancesAnn13, Research and Development Director at Walking Heads Glasgow Music Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2012

Thank you for your lovely review Jean. Stereo is one of our favourite places too and the Macintosh building in Renfield Lane is definitely one of Glasgow's hidden gems. We are very pleased to hear that although you have been to Glasgow before you discovered...More

Reviewed 5 October 2012

There's a lot of walking in this tour - which is on a downloadable app - but you can break it down and do as much or as little as you like. It takes you to music venues where some of the greats have played...More

3  Thank Ray P
FrancesAnn13, Research and Development Director at Walking Heads Glasgow Music Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2012

Thank you Ray, delighted to hear you enjoyed Glasgow Music Tour. Apologies for the slow response, we were away on holiday when you posted the review so it was a very nice surprise to come home to! If you have any photographs of parts of...More

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