How to See Glasgow Murals
If you are out and about in the city then you will most likely come across some pieces of art that adorn some of the city's buildings. You can explore Glasgow murals and learn more about the inspiration behind the murals on a Street Art Tour that is led by locals. You can also explore Glasgow murals with a self-guided tour and get help from the City Centre Mural Trail Map.
There are plenty of different murals throughout the city. Find the “World’s Most Economical Taxi," created by Rogue-One, on Mitchell Street next to Glasgow’s Buchanan Street. This can be a great place to start off your trail. To celebrate the birthday of one of the most beloved comedians, Billy Connolly, you will find three murals around the city that are created from original pieces of art. Tiger Style is a striking image on Clyde Street designed by artist James Klinge. There is plenty of space around the mural for you to have the perfect photo.