Glasgow City Chambers, George Square, G2 1DU
Within easy walking distance, the City Centre Mural Trail features a diverse and amazing range of street art, helping to rejuvenate streets and revitalise buildings and vacant sites. Join this tour to find out more.
Expanding in scope since the first art work was produced in 2008, the City Centre Mural Trail is having a major impact on Glasgow city centre, rejuvenating streets and revitalising buildings and vacant sites which have become tired, or suffer from environmental blight. The murals create splashes of colour and brighten the urban landscape and have become increasingly popular with residents, local businesses and visitors to the city centre. They help to increase awareness of Glasgow's rich cultural and artistic heritage, as well as strengthening the city's reputation as a warm, inviting and welcoming destination.
The huge range of artwork on display has something to suit all tastes - conservative to radical, quirky to bizarre. Notable highlights include the Hip Hop Marionettes, the Glasgow Tiger, the Spaceman, and our Fellow Glasgow Residents. Along the way you will hear about the origins of the Mural Trail, and the artists and organisations involved in its development.
Glasgow is proud of its cultural heritage, its local artists and their inspirational, colourful installations that have helped make the City Centre Mural Trail the award winning attraction it has become.
Sat 15th & Sun 16th, 10am & 12pm; 180 minutes
Meeting point: Outside Glasgow City Chambers
Booking: Fully booked
Saturday 15th September 10am
Saturday 15th September 12pm
Sunday 16th September 10am
Sunday 16th September 12pm
Limited on street parking (charges apply) in the immediate vicinity - additional parking available at George Street NCP, Ingram Street NCP, Buchanan Galleries, High Street and Duke Street. For further information please see City Parking website: www.cityparkingglasgow.co
Accessibility: Walking tour taking place within Glasgow City Centre - each tour will take approx. 2 hours and may include traversing some uneven surfaces and traffic junctions.
All ages are welcomed. Weather appropriate clothing and comfortable footwear are advised.
Kids (and adults!) of all ages are invited to find a variety of objects hidden with the murals by taking part in our scavenger hunt.
Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
Wellpark Enterprise Centre
120 Sydney Street, Glasgow
Registered Company Number: SC079721
Scottish Charity Number: SC015443