Things To Do In Glasgow In Springtime!

We’ve been enjoying lots of time outdoors lately which has inspired me to make a little list of things to do with kids this spring. I’m going to use it as a little bucket list for the next couple of months. I hope it’s useful for you too!

Robertson Park, Renfrew

Robertson Park is a great little park to spend a few hours. The playpark is varied, the skate park is good, there’s open space for running around. Plus there’s a cute wee pond with swans and ducks.

Burgers at Brew Dog

We love a good burger, so a trip to Brewdog is always an absolute treat. The food is great and the kids always eat every bit of it. Highly recommend the buffalo cauliflower wings.

Taste Perthshire

Taste Perthshire is a great stop on the A9 whether you are looking for some food, for a cuppa, or to meet some friendly highland cows.

Valley View at Gouldings

Valley View at Gouldings is a great day out in the Clyde Valley. There is loads to keep the kids entertained and lots of space for them to run free.

Waterfalls Near Glasgow

There’s something special about a good waterfall. Here are some of our favourites for a great day out. Your next adventure awaits!

Victoria Park & Fossil Grove

Victoria Park is one of the prettiest parks in Glasgow. It has a lovely pond with lots of birds to see, a great playpark and Fossil Grove is quite magical for the little ones.

Ka Pao: First Class Food & Family Friendly

For anyone looking for an excellent dining experience in Glasgow’s West End that is also family friendly, Ka Pao is the one. I can’t stress enough how good the food is in here. And the kids always love their meal as well. An absolute gem of a place.

Jungle Rumble Mini Golf

We had a wee day just me and the boy recently, so we took the train into town and headed to check out Jungle Rumble on Bath St.

Bellahouston Park

Bellahouston Park is jammed full of art exhibits and sculptures. It’s a brilliant park and well worth a few hours exploration. The playpark at House for an Art Lover is great too. Absolutely one of our favourites in Glasgow.

Cloybank Farm

Cloybank Farm has some wonderfully friendly animals. They’re always waiting for the next bag of food to come along, especially the llamas and goats. It’s a great wee place to see farm animals up close.

Gleniffer Braes Country Park

Gleniffer Braes is a huge park with swathes of open space to explore. It’s so near the city, but it also feels like you’re miles away. With waterfalls, loads of walks, cattle and play areas it’s great day out!