Glasgow Botanic Gardens located at 730 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G12 0UE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0141 276 1614

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Adrian Wynne

5 Google Rating

Highlight of my first trip to Europe. Celebrating my sisters 50th birthday along with our very first

5/ 5

Highlight of my first trip to Europe. Celebrating my sisters 50th birthday along with our very first high tea. Fun museum if your a connoisseur of bags and purses. Great history to learn about and loved walking through the decorated period rooms of the golden age. The food was amazing! The staff was very attentive, friendly and made the whole experience very enjoyable. Ladies this is a day for you!

ARON

5 Google Rating

The gross annual orchid show was total eye candy. Tram ride was informative since March won't have b

5/ 5

The gross annual orchid show was total eye candy. Tram ride was informative since March won't have blossoms. Gift store and eatery are worth the trip without any assistance.

Jorn Mehnen

4 Google Rating

The Botanic Gardens are a place to relax at any time of the year for everybody at any age. The green

4/ 5

The Botanic Gardens are a place to relax at any time of the year for everybody at any age. The greenhouses are well kept and contain a surprising variety of plants. The Tea House is a little gem. The gardens display a set of very old trees from around the world. The squirrels are cute and appear to be particularly fond of roasted peanuts in the shell. Beware of pigeons though... especially before you sit down on the many benches in the park.

Liz Clocker

5 Google Rating

I won’t go on raving about how much I loved this place for pages (even though I could). As a recen

5/ 5

I won’t go on raving about how much I loved this place for pages (even though I could). As a recently processed plant lady, I loved this place and took way too many pictures of interesting plants. Also, that tea room is great!

Andrew Fuller

5 Google Rating

We stayed opposite the park for a week and enjoyed walking there everyday. There are many beautiful

5/ 5

We stayed opposite the park for a week and enjoyed walking there everyday. There are many beautiful parts of the garden that you may not see on one visit. We certainly enjoyed our walks there. Just a note if you have a pram or wheelchair be aware that there are easier access entrances at the front of the park avoiding steep hills or lots of steps

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