Lived in Glasgow all my life and I always enjoy a wee trip to the uni, stunning views and a stunning building, sometimes I wished I studied there!
About University of Glasgow
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Truly wonderful! They do guided tours, but you can just wander around alone and take in the views and architecture. Also check out the Hunterian Museum upstairs. That is not to be missed!
It was raining when we went but that didn't dampen our spirits. The architecture and history was breathtaking. If you are a Harry Potter fan, this definitely reminded you of it! Touring the grounds was great and the people are all very friendly. Getting around...More
The building which has an amazing history, you can enjoy gothic style and numerous hidden places, close location to the city centre.
The Cloisters are amazing, so are the trees in the courtyards. Make sure you visit the Hunterian Museum upstairs at the end of the Cloisters. Enjoy the view over Kelvingrove Park towards the city. It's an easy walk to West End and you can then...More
We took the walking tour - highly recommend it. Our guide (a student) was knowledgeable and entertaining. We toured the original campus (still being used) and were able to learn a lot about Scottish architecture, culture and history.
Built in 1451, this architectural wonder still amazes people. It is well worth the stroll around the exterior to view the magnificent building from turret to tower and stroll in the park-like setting. The interior viewing the Hunterian Gallery, which was closed the day we...More
Enjoyed the tour of the outside of the university, and I hope to get back some day to look around inside and in the University Chapel.
Beautiful area to walk around, only 12mins from buchanan street on the underground. Well worth the visit