Quick Glance!





Most attractions have both indoor and outdoor picnic facilities. You can make a day out extra special by creating an exciting food hamper for you and your family. Picnics offer a great opportunity for children to try new foods and recipes. Click here to get five food and drink suggestions you can try along with some health tips to help you and the environment.


Botanic Gardens Glasgow

Gardens with Glasshouses, the most notable is the Kibble Palace

Girvan Promenade

Harbour areas with shingle and sand beach, nearby Promenade

Holyrood Park and Arthur's Seat

640 acre Park, Arthurs Seat and Ancient Volcano 251m above sea

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

One of the finest collections of Arms and Armour in the world

Morangle Forest Walk

Set as European Protection Area because of variety of habitats

Museum of Childhood

Toys and games Hands-on activities, including a puppet theatre

National Museum of Scotland

Rich artefact collections representing other world cultures

Scotland Street School Museum

Family friendly workshops, and self-led trails around the museum

The Writers' Museum

Works of Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson

Victoria Park Glasgow

50 acres extensive range of formal floral displays and hollies