Colin Crosby Heritage Tours

Kelvingrove Park (Glasgow)

Kelvingrove Park is a beautiful park in the major Scottish city of Glasgow.

It was laid out in 1854 by the outstanding landscape architect Sir Joseph Paxton on either side of the River Kelvin.

Originally named the West End Park, it soon acquired the name Kelvingrove.

Within the park is an outstanding art gallery.

Bookmark this page

Bookmark this page with

What is

Places in Glasgow...