About Victoria Park
Originally acquired by the Burgh of Partick, Victoria Park was named for Queen Victoria's golden jubilee in 1887 and is considered to be Glasgow's prettiest park. The park boasts an extensive range of formal floral displays, carpet bedding and hollies.
The park is located in the Scotstoun area in the West End of Glasgow. The main entrances to the park are from Westland Drive, Victoria Park Drive North and Balshagray Avenue.
Upcoming Events at Victoria Park
6 to 13 year olds are invited to join ReallySmallScience in their lab this Summer, where they'll take part in science experiments on dirt, sludge, jelly and goo!
The Glasgow Mela, Scotland's biggest multi-cultural festival of music, dance, arts and food, takes place on Sunday 24th June in Kelvingrove Park!
A world-record bridge comprised of over 200,000 individual LEGO® bricks and weighing three quarters of a tonne has arrived in Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre in time for the summer!
King Putt's is a free, public, crazy golf course on a disused site in Glasgow's city centre popping up as part of the Merchant City Festival and Festival 2018!
The Summer Nights at the Bandstand festival returns to Kelvingrove Park in July and August and includes performances from Van Morrison, Bryan Ferry, Pretenders and Jimmy Cliff!
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