Saturday, April 29

The Ultimate Kelvingrove Park Guide

UK lifestyle blogger visits kelvingrove park

I was looking for a place where I could go for a stroll that was also lovely and serene, and I think I made the right decision when I decided to go to Kelvingrove Park instead of somewhere else. This park features expansive seating spaces, lakes, a river,and a variety of birds and squirrels.

This park, which Sir Joseph Paxton designed and covers an area of 34 hectares (85 acres), is a model of a traditional Victorian park.Its layout and location on the banks of the River Kelvin, which enhance and complement the numerous spectacular structures that surround the world-famous Art Gallery and Museum that are prominently featured within it, respectively, are two of the building's defining characteristics.

Kelvin Groove Park is open at all times.

Sightseeing at Kelvingrove Park
  • Azalea and rhododendron borders
  • Herbaceous borders.
  • Outstanding riverside walks.

    • Historical monuments
    Equestrian statue of Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts
    Equestrian statue of Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts

    Kelvingrove Park, Statue Of Tigress, Cubs And Peacock

    Monument to Thomas Carlyle, Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow
    Glasgow blogger at the Kelvingrove Park

    • Fountain at the Kelvin grove park
    Stewart Memorial Fountain in Kelvingrove ParkStewart Memorial Fountain in Kelvingrove Park

    Things to do at Kelvingrove Park

    1. Take a stroll.
    If you want to get a breath of fresh air and enjoy green vegetation with birds flying around, then this park is for you. There are seats made of wood and chairs made of blocks, and some people choose to sit on the grass instead.

    2. Enjoy the city view.

    This park includes a lot of elevated areas where you can take a seat and look out over the city from a higher vantage point.


    3. Picnic
    It is almost always a good idea to have a picnic with one's friends and family, and Kelvin Grove Park is an absolutely beautiful location for picnics.

    4. Feed birds and squirrels.
    Even though I was being cautious and didn't have any food to throw to the birds and squirrels, there were still a lot of birds coming close to check on whether or not I had any food. A man cautioned me to be careful, saying that they transmit diseases, but it was entertaining to watch them fly around.

    5.Four synthetic tennis courts.
    Tennis courts are available if you want to play tennis.

    6. 3 children's play areas.
    There are play areas which is children and young people who play better in all aspects of their development, including cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being. Children gain knowledge not only about the world but also about themselves through play.

    7. Skateboard park
    There are riding bowls, transitions, and verts.

    8. Bowling
    There are five bowling greens available, and the facility is open during the appropriate times.

    Did you know in episode two of season three of Outlander, "Surrender," Claire is shown strolling around Kelvingrove Park.


    1. This park looks so beautiful and serene! Thanks for sharing! :)


    2. Looks so soothing and beautiful to visit. <3


    3. What a beautiful park with so many things to do!

    4. Anonymous5/01/2023

      Beautiful place :) I love nature.

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