This suburban park lies quite far to the south-west of the city center. Formal gardens, woodland walks and attractive ... More
This suburban park lies quite far to the south-west of the city center. Formal gardens, woodland walks and attractive greenery surround a charming Georgian house, which was built in 1764 for a local merchant and is now home to offices of the National Trust for Scotland. The walled garden covers two and a half acres and is a lovely place to stroll on a sunny day. They also have a special demonstration garden which features a variety of plants and landscaping designs to inspire would be horticulturalists. Check website for the house and garden's open hours.
AMF serves us with 10 pin bowling, as opposed to the more sedate green version that is so popular with
older Glaswegians. In addition to 26 fully automatic lanes, AMF houses six full size American pool tables and a ...
This lovely urban park, established in 1895, is not only home to the Mackintosh House for an Art Lover and
an excellent leisure center it is also a very attractive area to visit and covers 175 acres. In 1938, ...
A throwback to the Empire and Glasgow's prominence within it, the impressive City Chambers border the central George Square on
the east side. Intrigued? The local council offer free guided tours around their grand HQ at 11.30am and 2.30pm ...
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