Glasgow Botanic Gardens
- Box office 0141 334 2422
- General enquiries 0141 339 6964
- Opening times Gardens open daily 7am–dusk; Glasshouses open 10am–4.15pm; visitor centre 11am–4pm.
- Website www.glasgowbotanicgardens.com
A great place to relax in summer or take a brisk walk in winter, with a programme of events including stargazing, gardening talks and even theatre. Also look out for exotics and exhibitions in Kibble Palace Glasshouse and the vegetable, herb and flower gardens.
There are 4 events at this location
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21st Century Plant Science
Exhibition showing the ways in which University of Glasgow scientists are linking ash dieback, rising food prices and climate change.
Thu 6 Jun
Fri 7 Jun
Sat 8 Jun
A Belgian Fanfare
The Poembak Collective of 20 musicians preform an eclectic repertoire of world music including jazz, tango, gypy and Latino.
Camp Fitness Run Club!
Fun, friendly running group that's nonetheless serious about getting fit. Led by a qualified jog leader, all levels welcome.
Tue 28 May
Tue 4 Jun
Tue 11 Jun
Bard in the Botanics returns for its 12th annual season with this most heart-breaking and beautiful story.
Wed 19 Jun
Thu 20 Jun
Fri 21 Jun
Reviews & features
Neighbourhood Watch: Byres Road, Glasgow17 Oct 2011
A rough guide to the trendiest road in the West
What’s it like? One big road with many little offshoots to appeal to the culture vulture in you. Where’s it, like? Off Great Western road if you hang a left at the Botanic Gardens, and just up from Partick. Take the tube to Hillhead station (soon…
Take Me Out2 Apr 2009
From cycling, pirate ships, dolphin watching and woodland walks to face-painting, castles, beaches and alien designs, Anna Millar handpicks some of the finest days out and events this Easter, whether you’re a big or a little kid
A Midsummer Night's Dream3 Jul 2007
CLASSIC Just as Freud’s Oedipal theories altered the modern perception of Hamlet, his dream theories exert a powerful influence on this Shakespearean classic. Freud professed that dreams were a manifestation of forbidden thoughts and unconscious…
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