The best Outdoor Activities in Glasgow (Scotland, Great Britain)

Celtic Park
  • Celtic Park

    Celtic Park is a football stadium in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, and is the home ground of Celtic Football Club. Celtic Park, an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 60,411, is the largest football stadium in Scotland and the sixth-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom. It is also commonly known by Celtic fans as either Parkhead or Paradise. Celtic was formed in November 1887 and the first Celtic Park was opened in the Parkhead area in 1888. The club ...
Hampden Park
  • Hampden Park

    Hampden Park (often referred to as Hampden) is a football stadium in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, Scotland. The 51,866-capacity venue serves as the national stadium of football in Scotland. It is the normal home venue of the Scotland national football team and amateur Scottish league club Queen's Park F.C. and regularly hosts the latter stages of the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup competitions. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events, such as when ...
Kelvingrove Park
  • Kelvingrove Park

    Kelvingrove Park is a public park located on the River Kelvin in the West End of the city of Glasgow, Scotland, containing the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Glasgow Green
  • Glasgow Green

    Greendyke St Glasgow Glasgow City G1 5DB United Kingdom
    Glasgow's oldest park is close to the city's historic centre and stretches from the Saltmarket at the High Court, across to the Calton and Bridgeton districts and is bordered by the River Clyde to the south.
Kinning Park
  • Kinning Park

    Kinning Park is a southern suburb of Glasgow, Scotland. In 1897 it had a population of 14,326.
Taylor's Of Edinburgh Funfair
  • Taylor's Of Edinburgh Funfair

    Shore Street, Shettleston, G40 Glasgow United Kingdom
    Taylor's of Edinburgh Funfairs have been thrilling the public for over 6 generations with their own brand of Fairground entertainment From the latest in hi tech white knuckle rides to the famous Fairground Attraction Waltzer, the Taylor Family have become one of the most respected family's still active in the Amusement and Mobile Catering industry. Members Of The Showmens Guild Of Great Britain.
Botanic Gardens railway station
Red Deer Village Holiday Park
Queen's Park, Glasgow
  • Queen's Park, Glasgow

    Queen's Park (Scottish Gaelic: Pàirc na Banrìghinn, Scots: Queen's Pairk) is a park situated on the south side of the city of Glasgow, Scotland. The 150-acre (60 ha) park lies about 2 1⁄2 miles (4 km) south of the city centre, and gives its name to an adjacent residential district, and the football team Queen's Park F.C.
Leisure Island Soft Play
Alexandra Park, Glasgow
  • Alexandra Park, Glasgow

    Alexandra Park is a public park in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located in Dennistoun, two miles east of the city centre. To the north is the M8 motorway. Named after Princess Alexandra of Denmark, it opened in 1870. The users of this park have always found the park pleasant and an enjoyable place to relax and do activities such as sunbathing, playing sports and going for walks or runs. The highest point of the Park gives ...
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Maxwell Park railway station
  • Maxwell Park railway station

    Maxwell Park railway station is a railway station in Pollokshields area of Glasgow, Scotland, adjacent to the park of the same name. The station is managed by Abellio ScotRail and is located on the Cathcart Circle Line, which has been electrified since 1962 by British Railways.
Possilpark and Parkhouse railway station
  • Possilpark and Parkhouse railway station

    Possilpark and Parkhouse railway station serves the Possilpark and Parkhouse areas of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located on the Maryhill Line, 3 miles (5 km) north of Glasgow Queen Street. Services are provided by Abellio ScotRail on behalf of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.
Queens Park railway station (Scotland)
  • Queens Park railway station (Scotland)

    Queen's Park railway station is a railway station serving the Queen's Park area of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located on the Cathcart Circle Line. Services are provided by Abellio ScotRail on behalf of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.
  • Cathkin Park (1872–1903)

    Cathkin Park was a football ground in the Crosshill area of Glasgow, Scotland. It was the home ground of Third Lanark from their foundation in 1872 until they moved to New Cathkin Park in 1903. It also hosted Scottish Cup final matches and the Scotland national team.
  • 22 Park Circus, Glasgow

    22 Park Circus is a 19th-century townhouse in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland. Originally a family home, it was later a club and an Italian consulate. From 1994 to 2013 the building housed the city's register office.
  • Ibrox Park (1887–99)

    Ibrox Park was a football ground in Glasgow, Scotland. It was the home ground of Rangers from 1887 until they moved to the adjacent second Ibrox in 1899. The ground staged the Scottish Cup Final four times and also three Scotland international matches.
  • Rosebery Park

    Rosebery Park was a football ground in the Oatlands district of Glasgow, Scotland. It was the home of Shawfield F.C. from 1918 to 1960, before being acquired by Glasgow Corporation as a venue for schools' football matches. The discovery that the site was contaminated led to the ground becoming derelict in the 1990s, and it was subsequently demolished as a result of the M74 motorway extension.
  • Barrowfield Park

    Barrowfield Park was a football ground in the Bridgeton / Dalmarnock area of Glasgow, Scotland. It was the home ground of Eastern during the 1870s and Clyde between 1877 and 1898.
  • Celtic Park (1888–92)

    Celtic Park was a football ground in Glasgow, Scotland. It was the home ground of Celtic from 1888 until they moved to the site of the modern Celtic Park in 1892. The ground staged an international match between Scotland and Ireland in 1891.
  • Hampden Park (1873–83)

    Hampden Park was a football ground in Glasgow, Scotland. The home ground of Queen's Park from 1873 until 1883, it was the first of three stadiums to bear the same name, and hosted the first-ever Scottish Cup final in 1874.
  • King's Park, Glasgow

    King's Park (Scottish Gaelic: Pàirc an Rìgh, Scots: Keeng's Pairk) is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated south of the River Clyde.