A Walk Through Glasgow’s History
While Tennent’s history goes back to the 1880s, and the extensive history here at Wellpark goes back centuries, we’re very fortunate to have many of Glasgow’s most significant historic landmarks right on our doorstep.
If you’re a history buff or someone who is visiting Glasgow for the first time, you can combine the magic of Glasgow’s history and the city’s most famous beer in an extraordinary Heritage tour of the area.
Getting a Sense of the City
Our experienced tour guides will take you around the most scenic locations in the oldest part of Glasgow. Enjoy the history, the stories and the banter as you explore Glasgow’s iconic landmarks such as Glasgow Cathedral, the Necropolis (right behind us), Provand’s Lordship and the Medieval Quarter (Merchant City).
On the walking trail, you will learn about William Wallace’s battles and encounter a host of colourful characters such as brewing monks, old sweetshop owners, grisly reformers, bonnie princes, the historic Barras and so much more!
Working up a Thirst
After discovering Glasgow by foot, return to the brewery to learn about our unique history at the Tennent’s Story heritage centre – the largest beer attraction in the UK! The immersive experience centres on the story of Hugh Tennent and the first brew of Tennent’s Lager in 1885. We’ll take you on a monumental and historic animated journey of the role beer has played right where you’re standing. You’ll see authentic artefacts gathered from the first days of brewing at Wellpark in 1556 through to some of the most important symbols from Tennent’s illustrious history.
After that, you’ll get a special guided tour of the brewery to see how we make the country’s favourite beer.
Your own Pint of Glasgow’s Finest
No Tennent’s tour would be complete without trying Scotland’s favourite beer! The tour ends with a complimentary pint of Tennent’s Tank Beer - a brewery-fresh pint of Tennent’s served straight from impressive copper tanks filled with unpasteurised liquid straight from the brewery floor.
Book your place now!
Book now to start your journey into Glasgow’s fascinating history.
The Heritage Walking Tour’s meeting point is outside the Main Door at Glasgow Cathedral. Comfortable footwear is recommended. Please read our terms and conditions for more details.
£15 per person
We do recommend that if you’re booking on-site, you do for yourself. If you’re booking on someone’s behalf, please call us on 0141 202 7145
If you’re looking to book for an extra special experience like this as a potential gift or surprise, we recommend checking out our full range of Tennent’s Tours which include a Craft Beer Masterclass, Music Tour and the chance to visit Celtic Park too.
You will be walking outside, so it is appropriate to dress for the weather. We do recommend comfortable footwear, and as it is Glasgow, you’re never too far from the chance of some rain.
The tour is for adults. If you’re looking to visit the brewery as a family, or are travelling with children, we recommend checking out our main Tennent’s Brewery Tour, which includes concessions and family rates.
Brewery Tour Bookings
Cancellations within 48 hours of the tour will result in full payment being charged without exception. No refunds will be made available, and we will endeavour to reschedule your booking for another date.
YYou can cancel an entire Private Tour Group Booking p10 days before your scheduled reservation date by notifying us via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your 50% deposit is non-refundable. If you cancel a Group Booking 10 days or less before your scheduled arrival date, we will not provide a refund of payments made. Cancellations within 10 days will result in full payment being charged without exception. No refunds will be made available however we will endeavour to reschedule your booking for another date.