Built in 1197, the cathedral represents over 800 years history of the Church, city and indeed Scotland itself. This remarkable medieval building, built over the burial place of St Mungo, founder and Patron Saint of Glasgow, is still a thriving place of worship.
Experience over 800 years of the history of the Church, City and indeed Scotland itself in a mediaeval building showcasing a fine collection of 20th Century Stained Glass and Tapestry while still functioning as a place of worship.
Parking info: Nearby Car Parks and on-street pay parking
Accessibility: Wheelchair access to Nave and Quire only (not Lower Church) by chair lift
Architect: Architect Unknown
Building Date: 1197
Doors Open Day 2018:
There will be a talented young choir accompanied by a magnificent Victorian Organ. Take a special tour covering your particular interest.
Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 1pm-4pm
Tours available every hour on request; 55 minutes
Meeting point: Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral Bookstall
There will be a quiz for children.