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Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral,Glasgow Information
The only Scottish mainland medieval cathedral to have survived the Reformation complete (apart from its western towers). Built during the 13th to 15th centuries over the supposed site of the tomb of St Kentigern. Notable features in this splendid building are the elaborately vaulted crypt, which includes an introductory display and collection of carved stones, the stone screen of the early 15th century and the unfinished Blackadder Aisle.
Glasgow Cathedral,Glasgow Address
Glasgow Cathedral
Cathedral Square
G4 0QZ
Map and Directions
Glasgow Cathedral,Glasgow Telephone No.
0141 552 6891/552 0988
All year, please call 0141 552 6891 for further details. Not open to visitors on Sunday morning in summer. Closed 25-26 Dec & 1-3 Jan
disabled facilities
Disabled Access
Guide Dogs Allowed
The only medieval cathedral on Scotland's mainland to have survived the 1560 Reformation virtually intact is supposedly built on the burial site of St Kentigern or Mungo. Construction took place during the 13th to 15th centuries, including the crypt which houses the tomb of St Kentigern and Blackadder Aisle.
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Rail: Glasgow High Street