Address Victoria Park Drive North, Glasgow G14, Scotland, UK
Telephone: 0141 287 5918
Victoria Park is extremely popular with the public and is one of the most visited parks in Glasgow. Within the park there are extensive Formal Gardens, an Arboretum, a boating pond, bowling greens and tennis courts. The floral displays are among the finest in the country and considerable attention to detail is evident by the quality and diversity of the planting. Victoria also contains; a museum housing pre-hsitoric tree fern fossils, a recreation ground, a children’s play area with equipment suitable for children with disabilities, and the park features the only maze in Glasgow. No matter what time of year the park has many visitors.
Originally acquired by the Burgh of Partick, Victoria Park was named for Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee in 1886 and is considered to be Glasgow’s prettiest park. The park boasts an extensive range of formal floral displays, carpet bedding and hollies.
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