Have visited the Kelvingrove Museum many many times, and finally got around to visiting the park on the other side of the road.
It is a lovely big park straddling the River Kelvin. It was very busy as school holidays and a sunny day, but there was plenty of space for all.
There is a large children's play area, including a skate park that was being well used, and further in toilets and a café.
Liked the memorial fountain commemorating the inauguration of Glasgow's water supply from Loch Katrine and surrounding open green space.
As a bonus a pipe band were being tuned up before joining the Piping Live event in the centre of Glasgow.
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