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Kelvingrove Park

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Kelvingrove Park

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Paul Legate wrote a review 18 Jan
St Ives, United Kingdom16,642 contributions32,004 helpful votes
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Kelvingrove Park is a 85 acre park located in the West End of Glasgow and was created in 1852, it was originally known as the West End Park. The River Kelvin flows through the park before it joins the River Clyde. There are many attractions to be seen in the Park including The Stewart Memorial Fountain, the Lord Frederick Sleigh Roberts Monument as well as other statues, a bandstand, and bowling and croquet greens. I have been to Kelvingrove Park a number of times in the past. On my most recent visit I got the Subway train to Kelvinbridge station and walked from there into the park. It is a beautifully landscaped space and extremely well maintained and is somewhere that should be explored on a visit to Glasgow.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Malgorzata wrote a review Oct 2020
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A very nice clean and well-kept park. Kelvingrove Park was originally created as the West End Park in 1852. The park covers 34 hectares and is situated in Glasgow's West End. It is straddled by the Kelvin River shortly before the river reaches Clyde. The park itself is very nice, the University of Glasgow is at the very top. Two playgrounds, a lot of greenery and bicycle paths. Very good for a walk or jogging. A must visit place in Glasgow city.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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David N wrote a review Mar 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom115 contributions36 helpful votes
Worth going just for the architecture - inside and out. Loved the exhibition of paintings by the 'Glasgow Boys'
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Date of experience: February 2020
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893gb wrote a review Feb 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom33 contributions9 helpful votes
I have visited this museum many times both on my own and with a group. It has a lot to see and boasts a high quality cafe. Plenty of parking space and is a beautiful building.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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kiltmaker2 wrote a review Jan 2020
Evanston, Illinois14,818 contributions232 helpful votes
This park is considered the best park to hang out in Glasgow. It is slightly Northwest from Glasgow city and close to othr attractions
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Date of experience: January 2020
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