Rosshall Park represents the core of an Estate with a history dating back to the 17th century. The park has a unique combination of historical, cultural and environmental heritage and outstanding landscape and conservation values.
Rosshall Estate was acquired by Glasgow Corporation in 1948. Initially, the mansion house and gardens were leased to a catering school, and it was not until 1966 that the gardens and surrounding parkland were opened to the public.
The park provides a variety of different experiences within a relatively small area. Located within the boundary of the park is an historic landscaped garden sitting within its own fenced and gated setting. The garden is most noted, however, for its splendid rock garden, designed by Pulham & Sons which represent the finest example of such work in Scotland.
- Car park
- Flower garden
- Historical features
- Wheelchair access
- Wildflower meadows
- Wildlife viewing
197 Crookston Road, Glasgow G52 3NQ