Pollok House and Country Park

Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley

Located on the west coast of Scotland, visit Scotland's largest city for world-class attractions, or follow the path of the River Clyde west and out to the coast, or south to the charming towns of the Clyde Valley. En route you'll find lush countryside, great family days out, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and more.

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How to travel to and around Glasgow & The Clyde Valley

Getting to


Glasgow and the Clyde Valley is well connected to the rest of the UK by rail. Glasgow has two main stations: Glasgow Central which connects the city to the south, and Glasgow Queen Street which serves routes to Edinburgh and further north.

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Check ScotRail timetables for Glasgow Central

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If you’re planning a trip from London to Glasgow, check out the Caledonian Sleeper for a comfortable overnight journey.



Getting around


The Clyde Walkway takes you on a 65km (40 mile) journey through the Clyde Valley from Glasgow City Centre to New Lanark. 


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David Livingstone Birthplace

The David Livingstone Birthplace Museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the famous explorer. The museum examines Livingstone’s life, travels and the complex realities of slavery, colonialism and 19th century attitudes.


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