Glasgow Green has something for everyone, and it is always busy. There are two play parks for children. One is located off of Greendyke St and is aimed at smaller children and has a wooden pirate ship, swings, a teeter-totter, and other new play features that were added in the last six months. The other play park is at the other end of the Green, near to Bridgeton, which is aimed at older children which has a ropes course and very tall chutes. My son prefers the smaller park, but that's because he's only wee. There is plenty of space for people to take walks, jogs, explore the People's Palace, read a bit of history, check out the rowing club, play sports, play conkers, barbeque, take photos and generally enjoy the park. If it's busy then there's more likely going to be rubbish on the ground nearer to the play parks, but this is dutifully cleaned by Glasgow City Council staff every morning. I really love Glasgow Green and think everyone should make a point to check out one of the oldest parks in Glasgow City Centre.
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