Mulberry St is situated within walking distance of some of Glasgow’s main attractions.
Bellahouston Park is an extensive park with many features and facilities to tempt visitors and local residents to its grounds. It boasts formal gardens and open parkland in which to relax and take in views over the city and beyond. Quiet contemplation can also be had at the House for an Art Lover and for the more active and adventurous there are extensive sports facilities. It is a 15 minute walk from Mulberry St.
The Hidden Gardens
Scotland’s first permanent public garden for the 21st century and a visionary new landmark for Scotland. The Hidden Gardens are the result of a two year consultation and design process that have seen the transformation of a derelict industrial site on Glasgow’s south side into a tranquil and inspirational haven. The Hidden Gardens are only a 15 minute walk from Mulberry St.
Hampden Park in Glasgow is Scotland’s national stadium. Its primary use is as the home to Queen’s Park F.C. and the Scotland national football team. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events. Hampden Park is 30 minutes walk from Mulberry St.
Sir William Burrell and his wife, Constance, Lady Burrell gifted his collection of over 9,000 works of art to Glasgow in 1944. The city acquired one of the greatest collections created by one person. William Burrell had been an art collector since his teens, and the collection is made up of a vast array of works of all periods and from all over the world. This collection is housed in Pollok House on Pollock Estate which is about 15 minutes walk from Mulberry St.