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From £9 instead of up to £18.50 for two adults or family entry tickets or from £14 instead of up to £41 to include lunch at Greenbank Garden - save up to 57%
- Entry ticket for 2 adults or a family (2 adults and 2 children)
- Option to include lunch
- Stroll around the beautiful walled garden and pick up tips for your own garden at home
- A peaceful urban oasis with lovely walks, pretty water fountains and impressive sculptures
- Close to the Southside residential areas and just 6 miles from Glasgow City Centre
- Valid 7 days
Experience a peaceful, natural environment just out of the city at Greenbank Garden in Clarkston. Stroll around the beautiful grounds and admire the water fountains and sculptures, plus get inspiration for your own garden and tips from the friendly staff.
Greenbank House and its gardens were built in the 1760s and are steeped the in history of their previous owners, while today the gardens aim to encourage visitors to grow a wide variety of their own plants at home.
Treat yourself by adding lunch to your visit, with adults enjoying soup and a sandwich and children receiving a cute picnic basket filled with a sandwich/wrap, hummus & veg sticks, jelly pots, juice and a chocolate treat. Relax in the lovely tea room or enjoy outside to make the most of the weather.
Loved on TripAdvisor
"A beautiful peaceful garden, with surrounding woodland walks to explore. The grassy area beside the house is good for picnics with some play items for young children. The different gardens are varied with explanatory boards. Easy to spend time sitting on a bench enjoying the serenity."
"Greenbank Garden is a real pleasure to visit. The broad sweep of the lawn in front of the house, then entering the walled garden packed with plants and flowers. Around every corner, there is a new delight, whether it is a sculpture, topiary or a beautiful plant or flower."
"Great place for a Sunday afternoon stroll around the beautifully kept garden and a walk in the adjacent woods. We usually end up with coffee and cake in the small tea room. Nice and relaxing in a well-maintained setting."