No matter which path you walk in the Victorian 85-acre Kelvingrove Park, you’ll find yourself in a lovely setting. The Stewart Memorial Fountain, built in the early 1870s, only comes on a few minutes sporadically throughout the day, but it’s worth the wait. There's a really beautiful walk through the park and down to the River Kelvin, which comes out at The Botanics (Glasgow Botanic Gardens). Also not to be missed is the jaw-dropping art collection at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Offering free admission, Kelvingrove houses one of Europe’s great art collections.
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