Out and about in the city and looking for a bit of a steer? Why not check out our interactive Gallus Glasgow trails and find out more about the fate of the buildings that are depicted on Sulman’s map?
The Gallus Glasgow project by Glasgow City Heritage Trust tells to story of the city’s Victorian heritage through the eyes of Thomas Sulman, illustrator of the incredible Bird’s Eye View of Glasgow, 1864.
These tours explore the buildings shown on the map, that have survived or been lost, and what they can tell us about Victorian Glasgow. If you download the GuidiGo app to your phone or device you can follow the trail as you walk!
Itinerary: 10 stops
Stops include Glasgow’s own Crystal Palace, Scotland’s first shopping mall and the world’s oldest surviving music hall, hidden above a suspended ceiling trapped in time…