Tollcross Park in Glasgow
Tollcross Park in Glasgow

Tollcross Park in Glasgow

Are you a lover of Scotland’s abundant and world-famous parks? If so, make sure to pay a visit to Tollcross Park in Glasgow. This garden is internationally recognised for its famous Rose and Winter Gardens, which attract visitors from around the world. The park also contains a Children’s farm and the Glen Nature Walk, which are great for entertaining the little ones!

How do I get to Tollcross Park From Glasgow city centre?

Tollcross Park is located in the city's east end and is serviced by regular bus and rail links. The nearest train stations are Carntyne and Shettleston.

The land where the park is situated was purchased for £29,000 in 1897, this included 83 acres and the mansion house. At the children’s farm, those who live there include; Shetland ponies, Shire horses, Rabbits and Highland cattle. It doesn’t end there! At the visitor centre, there is an environmental centre that aims to inform and educate visitors on nature. This centre is completely interactive, so, it will keep both young and old entertained! So what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off, and, experience Tollcross Park in all its glory!

  • Cafes and restaurants nearby.
  • Wheelchair access.
  • Parking nearby.

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