Glasgow CathedralCastle Street, Glasgow, G4 0QZ, United Kingdom | 0141 552 6891 | Website
Venue DescriptionThe most complete medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland is still a working church with an active congregation. From its magnificent nave and choir to the atmospheric crypt of St Mungo, who was supposedly buried here in AD 614, Glasgow Cathedral is full of intriguing features. Look for the tomb of Bishop Wishart, a key supporter of Robert the Bruce, and carvings of 11 figures - perhaps the faithful disciples of Christ - on the stone pulpitum screen. Opening Times 1 Apr to 30 Sept: Mon to Sat, 9.30am to 5.30pm Sun, 1pm to 5.30pm Last entry 4.30pm 1 Oct to 31 Mar: Mon to Sat, 10am to 4pm Sun, 1pm to 4pm Last entry 3.30pm We recommend booking online in advance to guarantee entry. The cathedral may close for lunch from 12pm to 1pm. If you plan to visit at this time, please call ahead to check.
Approach to site is over paving, lowered kerbs and cobbles. Monument The west door has a stair lift down into the nave and a call point. Please use this or call the stewards on 0141 552 6891 to have the door opened. The main entrance on the south side has four stone steps up into the nave. The nave is level with a smooth slabbed floor. The choir is up five stone steps or via the stair lift. The sacistry is up two steps and down eight. The crypt is down 25 steps with a single handrail. The Blackadder aisle is down 25 steps with handrails in places.
Access Statement Link: http://www.historicenvironment.scot/access
The nearest adapted toilet is at St Mungo Museum about 15m away.
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