We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
reading the reviews about tolbooth steeple I'm saying confused because of photos showing Mercat cross which lies at the bottom of the high street and the salt market.not Glasgow green as in photos. the Mercat cross was see info below.
The present Mercat Cross is...More
Its a nice historical place, you can make a nice pictures, its close to city center and there is a lot of place where you can enjoy a caffe, lunch or whatever. So if you are in Glasgow, visit this historical place.
Located in crossing point of Glasgow's Main Streets, when it was built 1625 and still almost 400 years later, this 126ft(38m) tall tower stands there. Our Guide said that this is where public hangings were kept way back then!
A landmark in Glasgow that I've pasted many time and wondered what it looked like a hundred or so years age.
It must have been marvellous when it was built all these years age.
A must to go with the camera.