The Tall Ship Glenlee on the River Clyde

Do you love Scottish history? Or do you love Glasgow’s unique shipbuilding industry? Well then, we have the perfect day out for you! Make sure to visit The Tall Ship Glenlee near the Riverside Transport Museum. Stepping aboard this ship will let you experience what it was like on the seas, during the peak of the Shipbuilding industry in the city. Visitors can see the galley, and move downstairs to experience what type of cargo may have been carried on the ship.

How do I get to The Tall Ship Glenlee from the city centre?

If travelling from Glasgow City Centre, visitors can catch the Subway from St Enoch to Partick, the ship and Riverside Museum are a short walk from here.

This magnificent ship is one of five steel sailing ships built on the Clyde, that are still afloat. Visitors can learn all about the history of the ships, where she has sailed and what destinations it has banked at. With unique displays and interactive lifelike depictions. Visitors can also have a bite to eat at the cafe, which is uniquely placed in the depths of the ship, making sure you take it all in. Of course, there is also a gift and souvenir shop aboard the ship. So what are you waiting for? Make sure to take a trip down to The Tall Ship Glenlee, to see this magnificent vessel restored completely to its former glory!

  • Parking available.
  • Next to Riverside Museum.
  • Close to the city centre.

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