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Bellahouston is easily one of the best parks in Glasgow. From the house for an art lover , walled garden and the excellent new art and heritage centre, there is just so much to see and do as well as enjoy a walk in the...More
Since my last visit they have installed exercise equipment in the park. It is located just off from the cycle track. So, if you don’t cycle but your partner or friend does, you can enjoy the fun exercise equipment. Great fun on a bright cool...More
Had a few swims over the last month. The pool side is particularly dirty. On my first visit a used band aid was thrown on the walk way around the pool , under the high chair where the life guard sits. This band aid remained...More
Glasgow is lucky to boast some fabulous parkland, but I fear this isn't one of them.
I'd imagine it doesn't benefit from the same investment as other parks in Glasgow, but it really is quite bland. It feels like a lot of playing fields and...More
Bellahouston Park is certainly one of the great parks in Glasgow and it has lots of history as well as things to do. We go for a walk, and explore, especially in the Walled Garden, and there is also a cycle track for practicing. It...More
Travelled by shuttle bus to Bellahouston for the first time to see Eminem play there,,The bus did drop us off a few streets away but followed the crowd and eventually got into the park. absolutely brilliant venue for a music festival. Park is absolutely huge....More
Amazing venue with good options for everyone!
I was in bellahouston for My first time this year with an 14, a 20 and a 40 year old. We were all Amazed by the organizers and How close you felt too the stage.
Highly recomended for...More
This park was massive and was great to hold the Eminem concert at Glasgow summer sessions this year. I just felt sorry for the grass with it being ruined by the rain soaking it and then everybody trecking on it making it slippy and so...More