First of all: It's free. The staff is very nice and the cathedral is beautiful. Unforunately, we couldn't see everything because they are repairing some parts of the cathedral. It was a wonderful trip.
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A very nice & quite area around the cathedral with lots of trees. Inside there were a large number of murals & paintings depicting various war heroes from medieval till recent times. It was quite & serene inside.
Very interesting history. Provand lordship is across the street. Don't miss it. The necropolis is very close. Great area to spend a few hours. Make sure you have a tour guide or book.
An elegant and beautiful Catherdral, that i was baptised in myself only three years ago. Whether you're in for Mass or simply being a nosey git.....it's worth a visit. Peace
My husband and I attend the Saturday evening mass. It was amazing as the angelic Maria singing voice echo the whole church. And the Father (Afican) suddenly prompt by the Holy Spirit sing out a song. It was beautiful as the Spirit move the service....More
Well this is Glasgows Catholic cathedral it lovely inside and is situated right on the river front on Clyde St not far from the suspension bridge it has a great history within the city the rear of the church housed the poorhouse where many of...More
It is such an amazing place. The different corners, the different windows, the ceiling... or even just sit there an calm down from the busy city. Take your time to find all the nice places.
Worth a quick visit as it is truly a spectacular and world class cathedral inside and out. You won't be spending longer than 30 minutes here but definitely one of the main landmarks of the city of Glasgow.