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Entertaining and informative tour

Thoroughly enjoyed the tour yesterday - Paul’s knowledge and passion for the station, but more... read more

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Glasgow, United Kingdom

I was on the tour of the old underground platforms and lower levels yesterday. (20/07/18) Seeing... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Bellshill, United Kingdom
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Reviewed today

Thoroughly enjoyed the tour yesterday - Paul’s knowledge and passion for the station, but more importantly for the people that have passed through its doors , shine through his stories. He can be funny and touchingly serious by turn, but always entertaining. It’s criminal that...More

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Reviewed yesterday

I was on the tour of the old underground platforms and lower levels yesterday. (20/07/18) Seeing the parts of Central you don't get to see was great. What was even better was the knowledge and passion shown by guide Paul Lyons. From tales of WWI...More

1  Thank Busta1886
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you are looking for bells and whistles this is not one for you. However if you are looking for something a little different and informative about our more recent social history then this is right up your street (or down your station). As you...More

Thank Alexis M
Reviewed 2 days ago

I travel to Scotland quite a bit to visit friends and family, and usually, I go to Edinburgh for all the history tours, but Glasgow has a rich and fascinating history too, but it takes a bit more digging and research to find the tours...More

Thank Sara S
Reviewed 2 days ago

Been dying to go on this tour for ages and it did not disappoint. Paul was the most inforned and interesting tour guide I have ever come across. I have no hesitataion in recommending this.

Thank murraystephenc
Reviewed 4 days ago

We have been waiting to do the Glasgow Central Tour for a while now (you really need to book in advance if you want a weekend date!) and I was not disappointed. Starting off in the concourse and donning some gaudy hi-viz jackets and hats,...More

1  Thank Andrew L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you have the opportunity to take this tour I highly recommend it. Guide was very knowledgeable and the tour was one of the highlights of our time in Glasgow. Tour lasted close to 90 minutes and the group size was small which was perfect.

1  Thank lovemytwolabs
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were given this tour as a Christmas present and cannot rate it highly enough. The tour guide and inspiration Paul Lyons is a ‘natural’ storyteller with a definite Glasgow-style humour. Hard to believe the history of this everyday transport hub and the tales from...More

Thank Banker64
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a really great tour, the guide really knows the station and it's history inside out. It was great to hear about the plans to improve this using the profits from the tour and for this reason I will definitely go back too see...More

1  Thank Robert T
Reviewed 1 week ago

The tour guide is an absolute hoot! He’s very funny but informative with it! Great to see underneath the train station and hear about all of the history connected to the station! It’s for all ages , I would definitely recommend this tour. There was...More

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Regular closed footwear. Wouldn't recommend heels or sandals. Trainers perfect.
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Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access. There are several steep stairs to climb too.