Glasgow’s oldest city park, the People's Palace and Winter Gardens, was built in 1898 as a cultural center.
Now a museum telling the story of Glasgow’s social history over the centuries, it’s a fascinating place to while away a few hours.
Paintings and photographs trace the city’s story, and reconstructions of tenement life bring the tale to life.
The Winter Gardens surrounding the museum feature a Victorian conservatory filled with tropical plants. The Doulton fountain in front of the museum is the largest terracotta fountain in the world.
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The People’s Palace is on Glasgow Green, in the south of the city by the River Clyde. It’s a short walk from the city center.