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The Govan Stones Revealed

Discover the unique collection of early medieval stones carved in the 9th-11th centuries to commemorate the power of those who ruled the Kingdom of Strathclyde. One of Glasgow’s most important historical and cultural assets, explore the 31 monuments within the beautiful setting of Govan Old Church.

We ARE OPEN!

The church is now open, entry is free and getting here couldn't be easier. Glasgow’s last remaining cross-river ferry takes to the water again this summer thanks to the fundraising work of a local community. The Govan ferry, which carried more than 500 people a day when it operated briefly in 2013, will provide a free transport service between Govan and the Riverside Museum / West End throughout the summer.

Free Ferry - 7 July to 21 September
Riverside museum to Govan
Mon - Fri 8am to 6pm
Sat - Sun 9.45am- 5.30pm

Govan Sarcophagus

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FREE ENTRY!

For the next three years you can visit Govan Old Church to explore the collection free of charge.

OPENING TIMES

CURRENTLY OPEN BY APPOINTMENT (AND HAPPY TO DO SO): info@thegovanstones.org.uk

GOVAN OLD WILL OPEN 5 AFTERNOONS A WEEK FROM 1st APRIL- 31st OCTOBER

Sat, Sun, Mon, Wed & Thurs: 1pm - 4pm, guided tours available

GETTING HERE

Govan Old Church
866 Govan Road
Glasgow G51 3UU
Information about how to get to Govan Old Church; including maps, transport links and disabled access here: