St Mungo Festival
St Mungo, patron saint of Glasgow, is celebrated during the city's official St Mungo Festival held annually in January!
About St Mungo Festival
Each year, during the second and third week of January, Glasgow celebrates its patron saint with a series of events, lectures, walks, and workshops celebrating the life of St Mungo.
Most of the events are free and the aim is to encourage Glaswegians to find out more about our rich medieval history still visible in Glasgow's city centre.
Upcoming Events at St Mungo Festival
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