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.
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.
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.
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.
More things to see and do in Glasgow
Touring Glasgow is so easy with the option to travel by foot, bike, or bus.