Kelvingrove Park located at 6 Professors’ Square, Glasgow G3 6BY, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0141 334 6363

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Kelvingrove Park glasgow
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Kelvingrove Park glasgow
Kelvingrove Park glasgow

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John Dougall

5 Google Rating

Great park. Large enough for a quick stroll through or spending the day with the kids. The play park

5/ 5

Great park. Large enough for a quick stroll through or spending the day with the kids. The play parks are good and seem well maintained. One is right next to a bike/scooter park. Its location in the West End makes it a good finishing or starting point for a visit to Glasgow

Gav Rainford

5 Google Rating

Wow had the privilege to visit today just an incredible first impression of the magnificent building

5/ 5

Wow had the privilege to visit today just an incredible first impression of the magnificent building .then to go inside the museum and look at all the fascinating animals from around the world incredible everyone should put this fabulous place on their must do list TO hear the organ played with a master was very impressive. We all loved this special day thanks to all who keep up their dedicated work

China-Leigh Samuels

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place to go for people of all ages. Its brilliant to go for a nice walk, the park is fant

5/ 5

Fantastic place to go for people of all ages. Its brilliant to go for a nice walk, the park is fantastic and the museum is honestly amazing! From working within nurseries- this museum is a go to place for the boys & girls on nursery trips around Glasgow and its always an enjoyable experience. Totally recommended as its a fantastic day out. (Especially when the sun is shining).

Saleh Al Khaldi

4 Google Rating

Nice park, perfect for family. Great for picnics, walking, running, and biking. Also there are 2 pla

4/ 5

Nice park, perfect for family. Great for picnics, walking, running, and biking. Also there are 2 playgrounds to play football, and 2 play areas for children. There is a small coffee shop inside located in East side. However, the park is surrounded by a variety of local shops and restaurants. Public transportations such as Kelvin Bridge subway station and bus stations are nearby. University of Glasgow and Kelvin Grove Museum are next door, from the west side.

Lynne Hardwick

4 Google Rating

Wow, wow, wow. It's worth going just for the entrance hall alone. Absolutely spectacular. We happen

4/ 5

Wow, wow, wow. It's worth going just for the entrance hall alone. Absolutely spectacular. We happened to be there whilst there was an organ recital which was beautiful. The whole museum has an interesting mix of artefacts so there is something for everyone. A good place to spend a couple of hours

M Gallichan

4 Google Rating

We love this place having been multiple times and a place we take visiting family members for a day

4/ 5

We love this place having been multiple times and a place we take visiting family members for a day out. The museum is good with some great features such as the Spitfire hanging from the ceiling. We always have a lunchtime meal when we visit and have never been disappointed. My only negative point is that parking fees are too high.

juan ma diaz

5 Google Rating

Beautiful park in the centre of Glasgow. You can access from the university, Kelvingrove museum, and

5/ 5

Beautiful park in the centre of Glasgow. You can access from the university, Kelvingrove museum, and West end. There are two playgrounds for children and a small area for skateboarding. The paths are well maintained and also they are suitable for a walk after a rainy day without getting shoes full of mud. It seems a great place to visit in different seasons.

Nigel Laguda

5 Google Rating

Really fun place to be. Great for family even with young kids. A lot of history; from Egypt to Rome,

5/ 5

Really fun place to be. Great for family even with young kids. A lot of history; from Egypt to Rome, Scottish arts and paintings.. a lot of realistic actual size animals to behold. Loved it and would recommend..

DawnOfTime

4 Google Rating

The park is very pretty with a great view of the University of Glasgow and plenty of different outdo

4/ 5

The park is very pretty with a great view of the University of Glasgow and plenty of different outdoor sports areas. It's great for a walk or run thanks to its many branching pathways which allow for diversity even in repeat visits. Unfortunately the different sports areas being scattered all around the park mean that most of the spots in the park are quite noisy. Also there's only 2 really interesting nature spots in the park with the rest being mostly grass, trees and statues. While I know that the botanic garden is a quick walk from this park for the more interesting plants, it would be nice to have a few more flower beds around.

Tripp Pollard

4 Google Rating

Nice park with plenty of beautiful open spaces, fountains, running and walking trails, bridges, and

4/ 5

Nice park with plenty of beautiful open spaces, fountains, running and walking trails, bridges, and more (such as a gorgeous bordering river and a couple of clay football pitches). Some areas definitely require a bit of maintenance and stronger upkeep, but for the most part the park is just great.

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