Queen’s Park has a uniquely rich combination of historical, cultural and environmental heritage and outstanding landscape and conservation values.
It was created in the mid 19th century, designed by the renowned landscape architect Sir Joseph Paxton with design modifications by city architect, John Carrick. Additions to the park include refurbished play area and bandstand within the historical setting.
The park boasts an historic glasshouse, large pond and Scottish poetry rose garden. From the parks main view point there are commanding views over the city and beyond.
- Car park
- Floral display
- Historical features
- Skateboard and BMX park
- Tennis Courts
- Wheelchair access
- Wildflower meadows
- Wildlife viewing
520 Langside Road, Glasgow G42 8QR