The medieval Glasgow Cathedral is a truly beautiful place to visit. The first stone block was laid in 1136 and the building was consecrated in 1197. During its entire history, the cathedral has remained roofed and it has acted as a place of worship for over 800 years.
The nearby Necropolis is a 37-acre Victorian garden cemetery full of wonderful architecture, sculpture and stories dedicated to the 50,000 people who are remembered there. Walking tours are available through the charity, The Friends of Glasgow.