Slavery, Abolition and Glasgow's Built Heritage
Join historian Stephen Mullen for a journey of discovery around Glasgow's Merchant City, revealing historic connections with transatlantic slavery, its abolition, and how these connections shaped the modern city.
Sat 21st, 12pm; 90 mins
Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street
(ending at St Andrews in the Square)
Booking essential - opens 1st September at 10am
Accessibility: Fully accessible - main roads and pavement for entirety of tour.
Parking: On street.
Nearest train station: Argyle Street/ Queen Street