Glasgow for Kids

I'm going to continually update and change this list but right now these our some of my favourite places to have fun in Glasgow with children. There are lots of things to do in Glasgow with kids but these our some of our favourites.

St Enoch Centre Santa's Grotto

With easy access from both Queen Street and Central Station, St Enoch's Centre is easy to reach to visit Santa! Just £4.50 gets you a visit with Santa in Santa's Grotto and a wee present. For an additional cost you can get a photo souvenir, too! Both Santa and his elves were very friendly and you won't find a better price in Glasgow!

Outdoor Swimming Pool Scotland

Yes! There is an outdoor pool within 45 minutes from Glasgow. It's filtered seawater and possibly some of the best fun we've had all summer. Kids get in to swim for free and it is only £3.20 for adults! They also have midnight swims throughout the summer.

East Yonderton Farm

Pick Your Own Glasgow

This PYO farm is a double whammy because you get to pick your own fruit AND it is directly behind the airport so you can watch planes land as well! Strawberries are in season late June and then raspberries, broccoli, peas, currants and gooseberries follow in July and August. We've been twice this summer and it is a great day out and you get fruit fresher and cheaper than you would in a supermarket.

Tollcross Children's Farm

Glasgow Children's Farm

Like all of the museums in Glasgow the Tollcross Children's Farm is FREE! There are cows, pigs, birds, bunnies, horses and more. It's not a massive zoo but you can get get close to furry friends and there is a large play park nearby, too.


GOMA Glasgow Museuem Modern Art

You can read my full review of Glasgow Museum of Modern Art by clicking the link.

Drumpellier Country Park

Drumpellier Country Park

You can read my full review of Drumpellier Country Park by clicking the link.

Dean Castle Country Park

Dean Castle Country Park

You can read my full review of Dean Castle Country Park by clicking the link.

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