Hidden Gardens


Out the back of the Tramway performance space, this pretty garden has works of art but also functions as a multicultural community space.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Glasgow attractions

1. Queens Park

0.62 MILES

This Southside landmark was laid out in Victorian times as the city expanded; it's still a major community focus. Kids attempt to feed the ducks, who try…

2. Scotland Street School Museum


Mackintosh's Scotland Street School seems a bit forlorn these days, on a windswept industrial street with no babble of young voices filling its corridors…

3. Scottish Football Museum

1.17 MILES

At Hampden Park, the national stadium, this museum covers the history of the game in Scotland and the considerable influence of Scots on the world game…

4. Glasgow Green

1.33 MILES

Established by the Bishop of Glasgow in the mid-15th century, this likeable flat green space draped along the Clyde is Glasgow's oldest park. It's a venue…

5. People's Palace

1.41 MILES

Set in the city's oldest park, Glasgow Green, is the solid orange stone People's Palace. It is an impressive museum of social history, telling the story…

6. St Andrew's in the Square

1.41 MILES

This neo-classical Georgian church is quite a sight with its facade of Corinthian columns, tall slender tower and brick-edged windows. The design was…

7. Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

1.42 MILES

This extraordinary mechanical theatre is located at the Trongate 103 arts centre. Russian sculptor and mechanic Eduard Bersudsky, now resident in Scotland…

8. The Lighthouse

1.44 MILES

Mackintosh’s first building, designed in 1893, was a striking new headquarters for the Glasgow Herald. Tucked up a narrow lane off Buchanan St, it now…