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Industrial Heritage Tours Glasgow

Welcome to Hidden Heritage Tours. We offer walking tours and cycling tours around Glasgow’s industrial heritage sites and some of its lesser (and better) known tourist attractions:

Hidden Heritage Tours is currently on tour in Australia, therefore, our tours won’t be available in 2017 or 2018.  Please come back in 2019.

We hope you will join us and learn about Glasgow’s fascinating story.  From its early beginnings as a small farming and linen making town, to its rise to fortune as Europe’s main tobacco entrepot, to how the wealth created from this business helped the city establish itself as an industrial powerhouse – producing everything from engines to locomotives to ships.

Through a series of historical tours, Hidden Heritage Tours will explain Glasgow’s story, showing you how the city developed, what happened after different industries fell into decline and how it affected the city’s skyline and people.  You will see parts of the city you wouldn’t normally see as well as many of its major tourist attractions.

Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you’ll never look at Glasgow in quite the same way again.

Recent Posts

Hidden Heritage Tours Down Under

March 16th, 2017|0 Comments

In March 2017 Hidden Heritage Tours are heading Down Under to explore some of Australia's amazing industrial heritage (like the enormous Super Pit at Kalgoorlie).  During this time we will not be running any of our [...]

On the Prowl – Down Partick Way

January 15th, 2017|0 Comments

About On the Prowl Chapter 29 of James Cowan's From Glasgow's Treasure Chest describes a walk the author took from the Kelvin Hall, down Bunhouse Road into Partick.  On his travels he passed the Regent [...]