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Distillery Tour: Visit Glengoyne Distillery
Within easy reach from Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh, Glengoyne Scotch Whisky Distillery is open all year round and offers a range of tours, all of which can be accommodated by Glasgow Taxis Ltd.
Whether you opt for the short Distillery Tour to taste and see the magical process that goes into producing Scotland’s ‘national drink’ or spend more time with our guides at one of the advanced tasting tours, your trip can be adapted to allow time to take in splendours of the surrounding countryside.
The Glengoyne Distillery Tour is without doubt, a whisky lover’s dream.
We start your tour, in Glasgow, from your hotel and take you on a short tour of the city centre, showing and explaining to you the famous sites that are on your doorstep. Our qualified guides will provide you with all the background information you require as you pass through the wonderful city of Glasgow and head off to the Glengoyne, reputed to be Scotland’s most beautiful distillery. (Tours commencing in Greenock will not include a tour of Glasgow unless previously arranged.)
Owing to its location being only some fifteen miles from Glasgow city centre, our Glengoyne Distillery Tour provides you with options to see more of central Scotland or you can spend as much time as you wish, touring the distillery and enjoying ‘a wee refreshment’ at the ‘Slainte Mhath’ Shop.
Glengoyne Distillery offers a range of guided tours that take you behind the scenes at the distillery and give you an amazing insight into the production of Scotch whisky. (Please note that due to safety legislation open-toed or high-heeled shoes are not permitted within the Whisky Distillery.)
Tours can be booked online
From Glasgow City Centre £200 (£220 from Ocean Terminal, Greenock). Tour costs are per five-seater taxi (six-seater available on request). Admission costs are per person and are separate from tour costs. They are payable, to Glengoyne Distillery on arrival. (Allow 4 hours including travel time from Glasgow, or 5 hours including travel time from Greenock).