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One of the oldest and most historic parks in Scotland stretches from the Saltmarket at the High Court across to the Calton and Bridgeton districts, and was used mainly for sheep and cattle grazing until the nineteenth century.
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Great place for a walk in the city, enjoy a stroll along the river Clyde and the Victorian weir. Have a look at the Doulton Fountain and Peoples Palace or a stroll along Nelsons monument towards the Arch
Stayed near here recently and found this a great place . I enjoy a run and it was so easy and safe to do it here. There are playground for children and good walks for adults. Have the Peoples Palace as part of the Green...More
Very big place. Great for a run, walk or bike ride. It's runs along the river Clyde, it's near the People's Palace and it's not too far from the city centre. Very pleasant area for a stroll, especially on a lovely sunny day. .
What a beautiful park in the city - especially on a sunny fall day. Amazed at how many different routes and paths you can take for a walk. Fun to people watch and also see all the various dog walkers. You can actually walk for...More
Fantastic even if you have never fancied a prom this is well worth attending. I bought this as a gift for my parents. I wasn’t sure if I fancied it but it was fantastic. Dress code is wrap up warm. I wish I had known...More
I think it's Templeton Street that we park on when we go to the swing park at the green with the kids, but if you go onto the parkopedia website and type-in Glasgow Green then it'll show you where to park... More
I think it's Templeton Street that we park on when we go to the swing park at the green with the kids, but if you go onto the parkopedia website and type-in Glasgow Green then it'll show you where to park (either on street, car parks and private.
Hope this helps......and hope too that you have a great time.
All the best - - - Gavin.