Visited here as part of the tour bus guide, the tea rooms are very nice, we enjoyed lovely drinks and cakes here, and the green houses and kibble palace are well worth seeing
A beautiful park and gardens, lovely hothouse plants to see . A stunning place to sit in the summertime or when the sun shines ,its a short stroll to the west end shops. lots to see. Not too far from glasgow city centre and also the new transport museum is a must see .
Best on a nice day but good too in the winter if it's cold and dry. Great walks in the park and Arboretum. Entertainment by squirrels and 'Shakespeare in the Park'. Beautiful displays of exotic plants. Tea room and nearby restaurants in Byres Rd. Combine with a 'Play a Pie and a Pint' in nearby Oran Mor, Glasgow's lunchtime theatre.... More
Was in Glasgow at weekend for one night with daughter. We were on the sightseeing tour bus and got off at Kelvingrove museum and after visiting there walked along Byres Road to Botanic Gardens. Enjoyed the walk as lots of shop windows to glance at and very bustling with lots of people about. Loved Botanic gardens. Due to time of... More
Although the garden plants were closing down for the coming of winter this visit as part of our trip to Glasgow was well worth the effort. Another free attraction and well worth just for the Kibble Palace a magnificent Victorian structure filled with tropical plants from across all continents and then also the display of plants in the complex of... More
I had my wedding pictures taken at Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace and I couldn't wish for better scenery for my pictures. The staff at Botanics were very helpful and made sure that we could get best shots possible. Needles to say, pictures came out great!
This just the perfect place to come for a wander or to people-watch. I live very nearby and quite often take a walk through on my way to Byres Rd. Lots to see and do right in the heart of the city. The gardens themselves are beautiful, great play-area for kids and the Kibble Palace a feast for the eyes.
To wander through the woods and admire the trees and shrubs pick up a sandwich and a drink and just enjoy peace.
Going to the west end is always a pleasure its clean and well looked after and the Botanic Garden are a lovely escape for a couple of hours, I suggest every one should go there at least once a month, the ice cream and hot dogs are awesome as well even in this weather.
Thoroughly enjoyed the landscape of the gardens. Had previously been mentioned to me by friends as a place to visit. The grounds themselves were beautiful and it was thoroughly enjoyable to simply roam around and observe the scenery. The weather was not great but this did not stop our enjoyment. We even left with a few gifts. Cheers.
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