Glasgow Botanical Gardens, Glasgow
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Glasgow Botanical Gardens, Glasgow - Address, Phone Number
Address: 730 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G12 0UE, United Kingdom
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
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The Glasgow Botanical Gardens are an impressive place. With an enviable collection of rare plants on display, the Botanic gardens are certainly a must visit for nature lovers. Located the West end, they also house the Kibble Palace which is a huge glass house worth seeing.
A stroll down the paths looking at the lovely flowers and plants is sure to be the most stress relieving thing you have ever done. They also have tea rooms where you can get your hands on a delicious cuppa if you are in the mood. There are tours provided in case you want to know more about the plants and trees preserved and nurtured here. it isn’t just about the beautiful plants though. You will be able to learn a lot about the uses of plants and trees. A visit to these gardens is sure to be an enriching and relaxing experience so do put it on your itinerary.
Glasgow Botanical Gardens Information
- Grounds are open till dusk all year. Other attractions have separate timings.
- Some attractions may have entry fees.
- Go there on an afternoon to enjoy the sights.
How To reach Glasgow Botanical Gardens by Public Transport
- Western road station
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Beautiful place to go to whatever the occasion and season of the year. Lot of different and interesting varieties of plants in the greenhouses. Great for small kids to go run around and play exspecially in the summer. It's a very nicely kept park/garden. Good for going long walks around the area since it is very large. And Fun for attending at the west end festival.
Wow we loved this place. I have visited botanic gardens in the UK before but this one, even on a wet day, has something for everyone. Vast parkland and two very interesting glass houses showing off the vast tropical plants and the Victorian architecture. Best of all this place is free! Add this garden to your must visit list.
If you're looking for an allergen, they've got quite a selection. But really, if you've been curious what the spices and herbs look like that you eat, you can find many here. There are several sections separated by region or obviously, type... It's worth a trip and it's free. There are donation boxes so... Great place to stroll, warm up, and enjoy some variety.
very beautiful place and suitable for kids.. where nature , different plants from all over the world ... the very beautiful fish lake in the intrance of the greenhouse ... services are also available " toilet's, restaurant, fast food and ice-cream " i would like to go their again and again.... also kids like this place too much .... and want to go again
Absolute brilliant Park. 62 years old and the Park is less than 4 miles from my home i cannot believe I haven't been there before. Plenty of places to rest and feed the squirrels that are in abundance. Loved every second of my visit. Thanks to my son Alex and wife Phila. ...
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