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Bellahouston Park

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Bellahouston Park

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Scottish-Hidden-Gems🌈 wrote a review Jul 2020
Scotland, United Kingdom3,023 contributions12,683 helpful votes
We visited here a few months ago, as we had never been before because our dad always tells us stories of playing here as a kid. It's a lovely big park with lots of sculptures and a maze which is in bad shape? Graffiti/rubbish, etc There is also the ski centre and the rennie Macintosh house. Theres plenty to see and do.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Jun 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,698 contributions100,231 helpful votes
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First time I visited this park of my childhood in a long time, but it made a nice change from the usual lockdown exercise routine. I’ve never appreciated there was so much to see in terms of sculptures, themed gardens and walking routes. The latter includes a path to the hidden garden at the top of the hill through woodlands. The House for Art Lovers and Victorian Walled Gardens are unfortunately closed at the moment, but will definitely return when the lockdown is over to see these two things. Even without these things, the park is a great place for walking.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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rachel635 wrote a review Feb 2020
Wilton, United Kingdom59 contributions19 helpful votes
Beautiful avenues of cherry blossom in May, the park offers fresh air and an atmosphere of faded elegance. There is a cafe by the House For an Art Lover (which can feel slightly pretentious), but you may prefer to just enjoy the gardens and art. Haven't tried the sports facilities, but it always looks busy. Some car parking available.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Joe S wrote a review Jan 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom62 contributions64 helpful votes
As my local pool is presently closed, I decided to visit a different venue with my grandson - we tend to go swimming most Wednesdays or Thursdays. On entering The Bellahouston Centre, I immediately noticed a group of staff behind the reception desk who were engrossed in what I soon discovered was a general whingeing conversation - our presence was an obvious irritant. Eventually, a member of staff asked for our entrance money and in we went. The family changing rooms were disgusting - bins almost full with used nappies and various other sanitary items. The floor was also extremely dirty (staff were milling around doing nothing except moaning). When we entered the pool we encountered a similar scenario - the apparent boredom of lifeguards could not be missed and staff tended to discuss matters by shouting across the pool to each other. All in all it was a dreadful experience. In case what we had experienced was a one off, we decided to try it again on another day - it was just the same. We wont be back.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Hestonia wrote a review Dec 2019
Scotland13 contributions18 helpful votes
The gym changing rooms are separate for men and women, but the swimming pool changing rooms are unisex. I'm a woman and I know it's not PC to say so, but I felt really uncomfortable with that, especially as the cubicles had large gaps at the top and bottom. I asked a member of staff later on if they ever have any incidents of anyone peering over or under cubicles and was told 'very rarely' and when it does it's usually kids mucking about and 'they are chased'. The staff member told me the changing rooms are like this to help facilitate parents with their children. I wish people who design such centres would at the very least have cubicles that cannot be peeked into so that basic decency and privacy can be maintained.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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