It's a hidden time capsule of Glasgow, where approximately 50,000 people are buried. This can sound like an upsetting experience for children, but an informal and friendly tour with one of their experienced tour guides can help bring history to life.
The Friends of Glasgow Necropolis
With literacy as its focus, a tour will help each child learn about the history of the very city they live within.
In their words, "If we can enable each child or young person to feel part of the very city they live in, and teach them that they are the gatekeepers of their own history, then we help them to become responsible citizens."
It was the first garden cemetery in Scotland.
It is 37acres/15hectares in size.
There are approximately 50,000 people buried in the Necropolis.
There are 3,500 visible tombs and mausoleums.
The first statue raised in Scotland to John Knox is in the Necropolis, it was laid in 1825.
There are 180 species of flowering plants and trees in the Necropolis.
Roe deer, rabbits, grey squirrels, bats, wood mice and voles can all be found in the Necropolis.
Following the huge success of the BAFTA award-winning BBC One TV series Blue Planet II, the wonders and mysteries of the planets oceans and wildlife are being brought to the UK arena stage during a 13-date tour.