We offer alternative tours to locals and tourists.
Invisible Cities is a social enterprise. We don’t believe in labels or stereotypes. We want to show that everyone has great potential, a fact reflected in our tour guides.
We train people affected by homelessness to become walking tour guides of their own city and offer these alternative tours to tourists and locals.
Our training focuses on confidence building, public speaking and customer service. We partner with professional tour guides to build bespoke tours and practice our routes.
As an organisation that is built on empathy, compassion, and benevolence, we at Invisible Cities recognise the importance of taking a well-deserved break. That’s why we’re taking a week to reflect, refresh and revive after an active September.03 November 2021
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and is jam-packed with a range of activities sure to excite any visitor. Home to three of the UK’s best-loved museums in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Burrell Collection (set to reopen March 2022), and the Riverside Museum, Glasgow has a list of activities that tend to crop up time and again when visitors search for what to do during their stay.
Exterior of The Britannia Music Hall (Photo by Keith Edkins, CC BY-SA 2.0)
Britain’s first Zen garden (Photo by James Allan, CC BY-SA 2.0)
Detail from a kinetic sculpture (Photo by Dun Deagh, CC BY-SA 2.0, Flickr)
A hogback stone (Photo by Joedkins - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0)
Glasgow at the pictures (Photo by Michi Maya, CC BY-SA 2.0, Flickr)