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Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
100 Stobcross Road
Glasgow
Glasgow

G3 8QQ | View map
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Sign up for the voyage of a lifetime! Step aboard the s.v. Glenlee and back to a time when sailing ships crossed the globe, bringing the wealth of the world to the British Empire. Built at Port Glasgow in 1896, she is one of only five Clydebuilt sailing ships still remaining afloat. The Glenlee represents over one hundred years of maritime history, that can be heard with every creak and groan aboard. A fun day out for all the family, the Tall Ship has exhibitions, activities and events for children, a riverside café bar and nautical souvenir shop. Please contact us to find out about our current events programme. Also, why not enjoy a trip on the Clyde aboard our river bus, the Frances Mary.

Free car and coach parking available on site.

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Nearest UK Airport: Glasgow International Airport
Months Open: Oct - Mar: 11am - 4pm; Apr - Sept: 10am - 5pm
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: £4.50; Child: £2.50 (one child free per paying adult)
Concession: £3.25
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant/Café/Refreshments

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