A sunny day in Glasgow and this was the place to be. Similar to many botanical gardens...a nice place to visit.
About Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace
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We were amazed that entry to the fantastic gardens was free. It was the largest collection of plants from all over the world that we had ever seen in the huge glasshouses. The Kibble Palace was extraordinary. The gardens too were vast and beautiful with...More
Here's a great place to chill out in Glasgow's West End just across from the village street of Byres Road. Everyone seems to stroll in here, from visitors to Glasgow to Glasgow's own, enjoying the gardens and green houses. The Kibble Palace with its circulate...More
We visited here in June, and had been on the City Sight Seeing tour bus to get there. The cafe inside was nice, and the cake we had was lovely. However it wasn't as big as we were expecting or as grand. Nevertheless it was...More
I enjoyed a lovely morning strolling through the Glasgow Botanic Garden. The Gardens are more like a park, accessible to all and there is no admission to pay. There are two glass houses which are both very well maintained. There is also a small tea...More
If you enjoy a relaxing stroll through gardens with the chance to see some unique and interesting plants, this is a good bet for you. I wish the glass houses had stayed open later so we could further explore inside, but the grounds were lovely...More
On a sunny day walk in the gardens sit on a bench or grass and eat an ice cream or drink and snack. If it rains there's a cafe and the Kibble Palace to walk round
A peaceful spot with interst for adults and children. Stroll through the impressive grounds as a solo, couple, or let the children bike it. Separate areas add interest like the time line of gardens, or the rose garden, or the children's play area. Don't forget...More
I really enjoyed spending time wandering about the paths & glass houses. The weather was perfect sunny with a nice breeze. Stopped for a sandwich & some tea at the tea rooms. The roses were fragrant & lovely. Best stop all day!