St Mungo Festival

St Mungo, patron saint of Glasgow, is celebrated during the city's official St Mungo Festival held annually in January!

St Mungo Festival

About St Mungo Festival

St Mungo Festival , Various Locations Glasgow
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Each year the Mediaeval Glasgow Trust, formed to promote awareness of mediaeval history in the city, runs a series of events celebrating St Mungo's life. It features:

• Walks
• Family events
• Tours of medieval sites in Glasgow
• Keynote lectures
• Art exhibitions

This year's event launches on Wednesday 8th January and ends on Friday 17th January 2020.

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