Enjoy Afternoon Tea on the Red Bus Bistro
Enjoy Afternoon Tea on the Red Bus Bistro

Enjoy Afternoon Tea on the Red Bus Bistro

For those interesting in undertaking a slightly different kind of bus tour around Glasgow, The Red Bus Bistro is a cafe on wheels! Providing afternoon tea, sandwiches, coffee, and pastries, all while taking a detailed tour of the city, this is a fun and tasty way to explore the city! Stopping off at some of its main attractions; such as Glasgow University, the West End, Provand’s Lordship, and Kelvingrove art gallery and museum.

Where do you get on the Red Bus Bistro?

The bus picks up and drops off from 36 Shuttle street in Glasgow city centre.

Along with their afternoon tea experience, The Red Bus Bistro also provides an afternoon gin tea experience. This gives patrons a full gin tasting experience, with their signature Gin pots provided at the price of admission. The gins used celebrate Scottish distillers supplied by Gin Bothy. The tour usually takes around 90 minutes to complete and runs Tuesdays through to Sundays from 12 pm to 3 pm. Of course, alcoholic experiences like the afternoon gin tea experiences are only available to over 18s. So if this quirky tour of Glasgow sounds up your street, make sure to hop on the big Red Bus Bistro.

  • Complimentary Drinks.
  • Handmade sandwiches.
  • home-baked scones.
  • Central pick up and drop off area.

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