Glasgow’s oldest house – Provand’s Lordship – built in 1471!! One of only 4 medieval buildings left in Glasgow. Our cab driver told us it was haunted (totally don’t believe it, and if it is I would prefer not to know!!). There are no elevators or anything of the sort so you’ll have to be able to climb stairs to see the upper levels but they’re absolutely worth it. From above, you can get a lovely aerial view of St. Nicholas’ Garden – a BEAUTIFULLY kept garden (I want one just like this!!) which was traditionally made for the production of medicinal herbs. It has a perfect small, rounded stone water fountain situated in the garden’s center, a small stoned path walkway with lovely natural grass peeking between the cracks and enchanting vines crawling up terraced walls. What’s even more interesting is the doorway leading to the garden. It’s QUITE Alice in Wonderland-like: SO small, it’s more suited for a child to pass through than any adult! If you’re of large stature or have a broad frame, you’re better off going around the building to see the gardens…lol. They’re definitely charming and feature various sculptured heads around the covered walkway at the back of the garden. There’s also a few stone coats of arms in the back that make for an interesting study. Fascinating place to visit!!