Kelvingrove Park



  • Riverside walks along the river Kelvin
  • Undulating throughout
  • Well-maintained paths and open spaces
  • A pond


  • Pay and display parking on Kelvin Way
  • Toilets - at the bandstand near Kelvin Way
  • An Clachan Cafe – near the Royal Terrace

Points of Interest

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum - Located just off Kelvin Way at Argyle Street
  • Bike hire - Available from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and museum; read more about it here
  • A granite staircase - Near Park Gardens
  • The Stewart Memorial Fountain, erected in 1872
  • Sunlight Cottages
  • Highland Light Infantry Monument from 1906
  • Bandstand and Amphitheatre, built 1924  
  • Tom John Honeyman Garden and Seating Area - 1972
  • Bowling greens
  • Synthetic tennis courts
  • Children's play areas - Located just off Kelvin Way and the Royal Terrace
  • Skateboard park - Located just off Kelvin Way


  • The park is very busy throughout the year
  • A relatively busy road cuts through the park

Travel Information

  • Drive – Pay and Display parking is available on Kelvin Way.
  • Walk – You can access Kelvingrove Park from Argyle Street, Kelvin Way, Park Drive, Park Terrace and Royal Terrace.
  • Rail – Trains run frequently from Glasgow Central to the Exhibition Centre, which is approximately a 10 minute walk from Kelvingrove Park. On leaving the station turn left onto Minerva Street. Take another left where the road forks and then take your first right onto Coruna Street. Take a left onto Argyle Street and then a right onto Derby Street. The park is at the end of Derby Street on Royal Terrace.

Before travelling by train, have a quick read of National Rail’s policy on travelling with animals.

Our review

Kelvingrove Park is a stunning city park that’s located just 5 minutes away from Byres Road.

On a clear day Kelvingrove Park is absolutely breathtaking, offering as it does everything from meandering riverside walks, to panoramic views and dreamy spires. This makes it one of the most attractive places to walk a dog in Glasgow.