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A couple of colleagues and I were in Glasgow for an event and decided to book this as it was Halloween night and we thought it would be good fun. We turned up in George Square at the time advised (9.50pm) and waited. After ten...More
This was a really enjoyable experience, attended in a large group of 13 people and everyone really enjoyed themselves. The tour group leader was passionate and engaging and made the experience fun and also educational, with a well balance level of crowd interaction. Would definitely...More
Lovely dark and cold night. The walk was really good and the guide was very engaging, entertaining, knowledgable, (learnt a lot) and funny. The monk is awesome and the grave digger gets a shout too!
Glasgows not where you would think to go on a...More
Visited last night with friends. Had great fun and learned loads about Glasgow history even though I live just down the road. Alex was a great guide who knew his stuff and made it a good night even with the rain pouring down. Recommended.
We braved a rainy Glasgow night (along with 8 others) to take this walking tour. The booking and meeting process was seamless and we had a great time. Our guide was a charming character who ensured everyone was involved in the stories and discussions. Don't...More
If you're looking for something a bit different to do then this is definitely one of those things! It's a fun and informative evening and can be a good laugh too (depending on the group of people who are on the walk with you -...More
Went there last night with a couple of people from my work and thought it was great, very interactive/interesting and although it's meant to be a scary walk Alex 'the guide' was not afraid to crack the jokes. Would recommend as I had a lot...More
Alex, the host, & his sidekick 'The' Monk were geared up, atmospheric & informative..all making for an enjoyable walking tour of the darker side of part of Glasgow. Some fun interaction, the odd 'boo' & prod kept us all on our toes. Good mix of...More