It's been part of my life for almost sixty years and it is as fascinating a place to visit now as it was when I was a little boy growing up in the 1950's. The Glasgow Botanic Gardens are still amongst the best civic gardens in the world, enhanced by the amazing architecture of the Kibble Palace and the other extensive glasshouses. The gardens outside are vast and offer splendid walks beside the River Kelvin. On a nice day, there is no better place to be. And with a tea room in the former curator's house, it's also good for a late breakfast, coffee, lunch and afternoon tea. The gardens are free; the tea room, slightly over priced. But don't let that put you off. The Botanic Gardens are still a splendid place to visit.
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