Glasgow Green is a huge and lovely green space in the middle of the city. It is Glasgow's oldest park with tourist attractions and various facilities. It also earned the Green Flag award in 2011.
all day (specific facilities in the park vary)
Glasgow Green is the city's oldest park and one of the largest with its 55 hectares. Situated in the eastern part of Glasgow and on the north bank of the River Clyde. It was established in the 15th century and remained a popular green space among locals and tourists throughout the centuries. There are various landmarks located in the park such as the Nelson's Monument, the St. Andrew's Suspension Bridge, the People's Palace, the Templeton Factory, the McLennan Arch, the Flesher’s Haugh, and the Tidal Weir. In 2011 the park was awarded the Green Flag as an appreciation of its standard of quality. There are several festivals held in Glasgow Green every year, one of the most significant ones is a pop & rock music festival, the TRNSMT.