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Glasgow Botanic Gardens
The word Botanic Gardens evokes images of green, serene open spaces where you can just stop for a while as the world keeps spinning. The Botanic Gardens in Glasgow is one such place and won’t disappoint.

Bellahouston Park
Bellahouston Park is a lovely spot to spend time in when in Glasgow. With 169 acres to explore and discover, you’ll enjoy many of the facilities it has to offer including gardens, bowling greens and all-weather pitches for the more energetic activities.

Kelvingrove Park
When the weather permits, there’s no where nicer than Kelvingrove Park to spend a few hours. A place to watch the world go by, the park is exceptionally beautiful in the spring and summer months.

Queens Park
A well-known and visited park in the heart of the city, it has a picnic area, skatepark, tennis courts and pond to keep everyone happy. Note that the Glasshouse is closed until further notice.

The Kelpies
Once you see an image of the Kelpies from afar, it’s one you won’t forget. Driving you will arrive at the Kelpies and The Helix Park in about 40 minutes. The amazing equine sculptures are mesmerising, and tours are available, however prebooking is recommended such is their popularity. Adjacent to the Kelpies is 26 kilometres of countryside and walking / bike trails to enjoy.

Glasgow Green
It is incredible to think that this park is Glasgow’s oldest park that spans 136 acres. Within easy reach of the city centre, it is located on the east side of Glasgow, and is proud of its green flag status, awarded in 2011. Watch out for regular events and festivals that pop up from time to time. Most visitors always enjoy a stroll around the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens. Open daily

Calderglen Country Park
A day trip to East Kilbride stopping off at Calderglen Country Park is a delightful way to spend a day with or without the kids. Nestled in a lovely part of the countryside, you’ll be at one with nature as you stroll along nature trails or marvel at the wildlife around. The children’s zoo and courtyard café are popular areas and tend to get busy later in the day. Admission is reasonable with tickets starting from only £1.95 for an adult and 95p for a child. Under 3’s are free.

More things to see and do in Glasgow

Great Tours in Glasgow

Glasgow is a city that can easily be discovered by foot, bike, or bus.


Tourist Attractions

Glasgow as a city break destination most has everything for which you would wish.

Shopping in Glasgow

The “Style Mile” Glasgow has some of the most stylish shopping options in the UK.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Countless tours, trips and attractions all dedicated to Mackintosh are available to enjoy in Glasgow city.

Food and Drink in Glasgow

Glasgow has really come into its own in recent years and offers endless choices when it comes to eating out.

Arts and Entertainment

On any given night there are hundreds of events happening including music, sport, and theatre performances.

Things to do with Kids

Glasgow has got to be one of the most child friendly cities in the World!


Concert Venues in Glasgow

The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.