Sunday 13 February 2022 at 7:45am - 8:10pm
Lundgren Tours Let's Glas-go(w) for Galentine's Day
£42.00 (Give it a Go)
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After last year's popular trip to Glasgow, we're so excited to be returning again this year with the fantastic Lundgren Tours!
Glasgow, home to world-class museums, vibrant festivals, and one of the best live music scenes in Britain. The city boasts an array of top-notch restaurants, is famed for its friendly locals, irreverent sense of humour, and it’s also something of a shopper’s paradise. The iconic Wellington statue, adorned with a traffic cone, is a prime example of the locals’ sense of humour. Come explore this amazing city full of quirky streets, local food and amazing bars as well exploring some of the many beautiful parks, museums and other buildings in the area. So climb the Lighthouse, go see the cloisters of the Glasgow University and fall in love with all of the small features of Glasgow that makes it such a great city. Until you’ve been here, you can’t truly say you’ve been to Scotland!
Depart from The Great North Museum: Hancock lay-by, Barras Bridge, NE2 4PT
Depart from Northumbria University Business & Law School car park, nr to Sainsburys Local NE2 1UY
Arrive at Gretna Green Service Station for comfort break and one of Scotland's most legendary tales across the border
Coach leaves Gretna Green Service Station
Arrive at Glasgow
Tour of Glasgow - Including Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum , Kelvingrove Park, Mackintosh House, The Lighthouse, Ashton Lane, The Hidden Lane, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and much more!
Free Time to explore all of the instagrammable quirky streets, amazing architecture and try one of Glasgows's famous local pubs or restaurants
Coach departs from George Square (Glasgow City Chambers) G2 1DU
Set down at the Northumbria University Business School car park
Set-down at the Hancock lay-by
This trip is operated through partners Lundgren Tours - your name and email address from your booking form will be passed on to confrm your booking.
Our primary concern with any activity is to ensure it's safe, so that all students can enjoy and have the best possible experience. In order for us to ensure we reduce the inherent risks involved with activities, we ask everyone to read and understand the NUSU Activities Health and Safety Document. Our risk assessments play a fundamental role in ensuring that we take into consideration all the needs of our participants, therefore please let us know of any disabilities or presenting issues ahead of the activity.
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Finishes at 20:10