From the centre of Glasgow, follow directions for the West End
of the city. The Kibble Palace is located in the Botanic gardens
and once you reach the stunning gardens you can't miss the huge
dome face of the Kibble Palace.
by engineer John Kibble at his home in Coulport, it was presented
to the Botanics in 1873.
GALLERY, Kelvingrove.Nearest Underground Kelvinhall or Kelvinbridge.
A walk through Kelvingrove park will
you to this stunning red sandstone building ,first opened in
PARK, Nearest tube
This sprawling park dating back to 1851 can be found in Glasgow's
west End. Amenities include tennis, bowling, childrens' swing
parks and a skate park and BMX bike ramp.
Kelvingrove, G3 8AG
SCHOOL,167 Renfrew Street. Nearest underground Cowcaddens.
Founded in 1845 as a Government School of Design, Glasgow Art
School is one of the few remaining independent Art Schools in
the UK. Discover the building known as the Mackintosh building,
which is the work of the art school’s famous former pupil Charles
Rennie Mackintosh who was commissioned in 1896 to design a home
for the school.
HOUSE 145 Buccleuch St (third left off Rose St or Cambridge
St. NW of Sauchiehall Street, 5 mins walk from pedestrian shopping
Nearest underground Cowcaddens.
This Victorian building dates back to 1892 . The resident Agnes
Toward hoarded all sorts of domestic trivia dating back many
years. After her death, the property and all the artefacts from
Victorian years gone by came into the care of the National Trust
for Scotland and left Glasgow with a living museum of its past.
Halls 84-100 Union Street, Glasgow
Union Street is in the centre of Glasgow and runs beside
Central Station. You can easily walk around this area to explore
the fine architecture of the Halls
256 St Vincent Street Glasgow.
This fine example of Alexander Greek Thomson design
can be found towards the Charing Cross end of the city. From
the city centre it will take about 10 minutes on foot down St