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Parks & Gardens

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
If you want to spend time in nature and have a few hours to spare, Bellahouston Park is one to put on your list of places to visit in Glasgow. The park has 169 acres to discover and facilities to enjoy including a variety of gardens, bowling greens and all-weather pitches.

Kelvingrove Park

Kelvingrove Park
From afar Kelvingrove Park may be dwarfed by the wonderful Museum and Galleries, but don’t be deceived, the park is a fine place to spend some down time and is a sight for sore eyes when the flowers are in full bloom.

Queens Park

Queens Park
A smaller but perfectly formed park, most Glaswegians and families flock to this park due to the popular facilities it has including a skate park, picnic area, pond and tennis courts, which must be booked in advance.


The Kelpies
A jaw dropping sight is waiting for you at Scotland’s most exciting visitor attraction, ‘The Kelpies’. Situated in a new parkland called The Helix, two 30-metre-high horse sculptures are the largest of their type in the world and dominate the skyline. You can go inside and enjoy a guided tour of the horse sculptures, but advance booking is advised due to their popularity.

The journey to the park located between Falkirk and Grangemouth takes about 40 minutes from Glasgow by car, and when you get there, you can enjoy endless walking and bike trails as well a visitor centre and café on site for refreshments.

Glasgow Green

Glasgow Green
Glasgow is full of hidden gems and one such place is Glasgow Green, located on 136 acres within easy reach of the city centre, at Saltmarket. One of the city’s oldest parks, make sure to check out the People’s Palace and Winter Garden. (Subject to opening times). Take some time out to mingle with the locals and if you have little ones, they will love the play area and village, while Football pitches can be prebooked in advance for a kick about! It’s a cliché but there is ‘Something for everyone’

Calderglen Country Park

Calderglen Country Park
Calderglen Country Park is a place you’ll be glad to know about before or during your visit to Glasgow. The country park is in East Kilbride and is packed with things to do and experience. Key highlights are the children’s zoo and tropical conservatory, toddlers and children’s play areas, and even an 18-hole golf course for the grownups! Enjoy the scenic walking and nature trails that adjoin the Rotten Calder River. Seasonal opening hours vary, so check the link above for up-to-date admission times.

Rouken Glen Park

Rouken Glen Park
Situated a mere six miles south of Glasgow’s city centre, Rouken Glen Park awaits, spanning an expansive 143 acres with roots tracing back to the 16th century. This acclaimed park offers a plethora of amenities ideal for a day of leisure, from sports facilities like a skate park and tennis courts to serene walled gardens, tempting food trucks, and inviting picnic spots, ensuring a thoroughly enjoyable outing for all.


Step back in time at the Necropolis in Glasgow. Walking tours are available to learn about the history of this 37-acre cemetery. A truly fascinating place to visit. Limited availability, book well in advance.

Bike Tours in Glasgow

Bike Tours in Glasgow
You don’t have to be super fit to enjoy a bike tour in Glasgow. Go visit the sites and attractions at your own pace. Our tour guides are ready and waiting for you. A great tour to consider if your time in Glasgow is limited.


Hop- on Hop- off tours
The famous red top buses are a regular sight in Glasgow throughout the year. If you want a whistle-stop tour of Glasgow, this is the tour for you.

Walking Tours in Glasgow

Walking Tours in Glasgow
The best way to see a city must be on a walking tour. These tours are fun, casual, and informative, and most importantly run by locals. Top selling tours include the Glasgow City Centre Tour, and the Glasgow Pub tour.


Cathcart Castle Golf Course

Cathcart Castle Golf Club
Cathcart Castle welcomes golf enthusiasts year-round, offering top-notch facilities. Located between Clarkston and Whitecraigs, this golf course enjoys a prime location on Glasgow’s south side. For those seeking a challenging experience, it’s a great choice, featuring six holes with par 3 opportunities. Visitors are invited Monday to Friday, and attractive golf and catering packages are available, starting from £47.50 per person.

Haggs Castle Golf Club

Haggs Castle Golf Club
As you arrive at Haggs Castle Golf Club, you enter the heart of parkland, surrounded by the tranquillity of Pollok Country Park. With a rich history spanning over a century, this course has been a source of challenges and joy for golf enthusiasts. Over the years, it has proudly hosted European Events, featuring iconic players such as Bernard Langer and Ken Brown. Positioned as one of Glasgow’s finest courses, it’s a mere 10-minute drive from the West End of Glasgow.

Cowglen Golf Club

Cowglen Golf Club
Dating back to 1906, this golf course in Glasgow underwent a significant transformation in 1994, offering mesmerizing views of our magnificent city. Golfers of all skill levels can enjoy a round here, and both groups and individuals are very welcome. Reach out to the course in advance for information on prices and availability. The club is conveniently located at 301 Barrhead Road, Glasgow.

Sandyhills Golf Club

Sandyhills Golf Club
A mere ten-minute drive east of Glasgow brings you to Sandyhills Golf Club, adjacent to Mount Vernon and a hotspot for golfers with of all levels and skill sets. Pre or post-game, visitors can unwind in the generously spaced clubhouse, relishing refreshments against the backdrop of the stunning course. To guarantee a tee time, reaching out to the club in advance is advised.

Dundonald Links in Ayrshire

Dundonald Links
Dundonald Links in Ayrshire promises a lavish golfing experience. Take a day trip from Glasgow to revel in this remarkable course featuring wide fairways and a challenging par 74 layout. Following a £25 million development in 2019, it has earned the status of a “must-play” destination for visitors to Glasgow and Ayrshire. Unwind in the luxurious clubhouse, a haven for relaxation and dining. Book your 9 or 18-hole game effortlessly through online reservations.


Topgolf Glasgow
Topgolf offers a weatherproof, high-tech haven for golf enthusiasts, providing year-round play and practice across three floors with 70 all-weather hitting bays. Your booking comes with complimentary clubs, and the venue’s bar and restaurant facilities add to the appeal, making it an excellent choice for a fun-filled day or night out. Located in Rutherglen, Glasgow, please observe the 2-hour playtime limit. Suitable for groups of any size.

Bishopbriggs Golf Club

The Bishopbriggs Golf Club
Bishopbriggs Golf Club is a charming landscaped course that prides itself on its family-friendly approach. Visitors are treated to a convenient warm-up area near the first tee and well-equipped male and female changing rooms. The club offers affordable rates for both individuals and groups, with the option to secure tee times through online booking in advance.


Golf IT
Discover a place that brings golfers and non-golfers together to indulge in the array of activities it offers. Take advantage of the chance to enjoy a round of golf or try your hand at the ever-popular game of padel. Whether you opt for a leisurely 9-hole course session or choose to refine your skills at the driving range, the choice is yours. Alternatively, experience the excitement of padel, a sport rapidly gaining popularity across Europe. Conveniently located just a 10-minute drive away on Cumbernauld Road from our property.

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