When walking the tracks and path of the park you can forget the city around it, very serene views - all walks to be completed either in Pollock house (national trust) with a nice restaurant/coffee shop inside the old kitchen with massive ranges and gleaming cooking utensils to match. Or inside Burrell collection an amazing collection of art by a slightly obsessive oil magnate at the turn of the 19th century who spent it all on art all sorts of art ranging from Scottish water colours to Ming china, Japanese furniture, Roman, Egyptian and Mesopotamian pieces, the interior of castles, to Rodin and that is just a completely random very incomplete cross section. All is housed in a very nice building, that also has a coffee shop and restaurant, which has been of variable quality over the years. Well worth a visit.
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