Glasgow Riverside DIY Walking Tour
The Glasgow Riverside DIY Walking Tour covers a distance of around 5.5km.
A completely level 1 hour walk, which can be made in either direction – taking a wheelchair accessible taxi either to the start, or at the end (to return to where you started): although with a 1-2 hour stop at each of the Riverside Museum, the Glasgow Science Centre and the Clydeside Distillery, I would allow for a 5-6 hour walk (and even more if you plan to stop at the riverside cafe of the Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre, and you most definitely should, as this will allow you to break your journey in two, and the riverfront views are sensational).
My advice, and it is how this map is shown, is to walk from west to east. Meaning that you start at the Glasgow Riverside Museum and end at Glasgow Central Station – where wheelchair accessible taxis are usually sitting and waiting on the main taxi rank at the main entrance at the front of the station.
See the Wheelchair Accessible Glasgow guide, for details of wheelchair accessible visitor attractions, restaurants and hotels in Glasgow.
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