Really well maintained and laid out. Only gripe is thatt the fountains are never turned on, not sure why.
A beautiful Victorian park in the heart of the West End, with curving walkways crossing over and following the Kelvin river, leading you past herbaceous borders, memorials and woodland. Designed to counterbalance the worst excesses of this heavily industrialised city, it is easy to imagine the locals in their 'Sunday best' enjoying the fresh air and beauty of this natural... More
Entertainment was fab good selection of things to see and do for all members of the family love it go every year
Loved Kelvingrove Park. Expansive, open and centrally located in a city that has its roots in industrialsation. The parks and green spaces in Glasgow generally were abundant and softened an otherwise hard cityscape.
Enjoyed walking round this park which has many statues and different paths to thread.Some nice scenery especially on a sunny day.
Spent an hour and a half, with a tour group. Could have spent more time. The museum had a good variety of objects and displays, especially art, most of which is on the upper floor. Other displays included Egyptian artifacts, animal artifacts, historic displays on Scotland, etc. It was a nice experience and the museum seemed to be just about... More
We were amazed at the size and how well kept the park was. It was a pleasure to stroll through with a number of interesting features and historical memorials to look at on the way.
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