Yes, you must book in advance. We have limited numbers on the tour so when it's full, it is full. Don't leave yourself disappointed.
Unless the Met Office has issued a warning and advised against travel then tours will take place. If you are unsure, you can get in touch with us using the contact form at the bottom of the page or keep posted on our Facebook page.
We will not be making any specific toilet stops. However, our tours are in areas where there may be facilities available in local cafes, bars, restaurants etc.
This is not a service we provide. We want to offer you the chance to see the full Glasgow football scene in one 2-hour bus tour. We will be hopping off the bus to share stories about the respective clubs and take pictures outside the stadiums.
In short, yes. In Scottish, aye.
Contact us via the contact form at the bottom of the page and we will do our best to advise how suitable the tour may be.
Absolutly not. We want all of our guests to have fun. However, we reserve the right to exclude anyone who is under the influence of drink or drugs or whose behaviour is spoiling other guests’ enjoyment of the tours.
In Scotland, smoking is illegal in public premises. You can smoke in the street but please take into account the comfort of other customers. Also, please note that people are frequently fined for stubbing out cigarettes on the pavement rather than using public ashtrays. You definitely cannot smoke while on the bus.
Glasgow is known to experience all four seasons in one day so we would recommend that you come prepared for all possible scenario's.
We will meet you in front of the City Chambers at George Square. Then we get on the bus and leave from the bus stand on 266 George street.
If you have to cancel a place on the tour for whatever reason then we will give you a full refund if you cancel 24 hours before the booking.
Yes, if you have a special occasion that you wish to celebrate or a group trip you wish to organise then please get in touch with us via email and we will see what we can do to accommodate.
We meet at the skateboard park opposite Hotel 10 on the Queens Park Recreation Ground. There is some parking there but you can also park on adjacent streets.
The tour will end at the Hampden Bowling Club where your day continues and with your temporary membership pass you can stay for a post tour pint or two at the #1stHampdenPark.
There are also soft drinks and snacks available.
Nope! It's a dogs life and they get through the turnstiles for free!
The walk should take 1.5 hours. There are some hills and uneven paths especially around Cathkin Park. There are busy roads around about and we will take extra caution when crossing roads and being around traffic. We won't be rushing anywhere and will move at a relaxed pace. We will also be stopping for a breather to discuss football hings & history.
If you contact us via the contact form at the bottom of the page we will do our best to advise how suitable the tour may be.
No, you don't have to have a dog but you have to be comfortable around them and non-allergic to them. We wanted to give folks the option to take part in either or, and of course there are rules to our dog-friendly tours.
If you don't have a dog but come on one of our dog-friendly tours please do not approach a dog without first asking the owner if it is okay to do so. The same rules applies to other dog owners who comes on tour. Always ask for consent.
Dog-friendly pubs often run a policy of three barks and you're out and the same applies here. Your canine companion will receive an initial yellow for their first incident, a second yellow if disruptive behaviour continues and if a third incident occurs then you will be shows a red card and we will politely ask you to leave the tour. So if you are bringing a dog on tour I would advise that you feel 100% comfortable that they are well trained, calm on lead and non-reactive so yourself and others enjoy the experience.
Yes. Your dog MUST be on lead at all times. This rule is in place to keep your dog, and others, safe.
Poo bags are essential, we don't want to leave doggie mess lying around. Treats and water to keep your pooch refreshed and well fed are definitely advised! And of course, your dog MUST be kept on a lead at all times.
That's okay! You can book onto one of our non-dog friendly tours. We know furry friends aren't for everyone for various reasons and that's why we have the option of both dog friendly & non-dog friendly tours.