We’re closed Monday and open on Tuesday through to Sunday. Our opening times adjust according to the season, you can find these below.
April to September
Tuesday to Thursday 10am – 5pm
Friday & Saturday 10am – 7pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
School Summer Holidays
Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 7pm
Sunday 12 – 6pm
October to March
Tuesday to Friday 10am – 3.30pm
Saturday & Sunday 12 – 3.30pm
Plan Your Journey
Getting here is easy whether you are walking, cycling, driving or taking public transport.
The Hidden Gardens, 25a Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE | 0141 433 2722. Find The Hidden Gardens on Google Maps.
There are bicycle racks at our Pollokshaws Road entrance. We do not allow bicycles, tricycles, roller skates, skateboards, and scooters into The Gardens.
There is only on-street car-parking available. If driving along the M8, take Exit 20.
The 4, 5, 6 and 7 buses, operated by First Glasgow, take you to Victoria Road. Get off at LIDL, walk down Cuthbertson Street to Pollokshaws Road, where you will see the sign for The Hidden Gardens.
The 3, 38 and 57 buses, operated by First Glasgow, take you to Pollokshaws Road. Get off at McDonald’s and walk towards Albert Drive until you see the sign for The Hidden Gardens. McGill’s also operate a 3 bus, get off at Albert Drive.
The 59 bus, operated by First Glasgow, takes you to Albert Drive. Get off at Tramway.
Only 5 minutes from Glasgow Central, trains to Pollokshields East station are every 15 minutes, operated by ScotRail. Once at Pollokshields East station, go up the stairs, turn right, and continue until you reach Tramway.
Travel websites: ScotRail
How to find us
You can enter The Hidden Gardens from two entrances.
1. Entrance at Tramway, 25 Albert Drive:
Enter Tramway and follow the green line through the café, out to the patio and into The Gardens. Follow the green line!
2. Entrance at Pollokshaws Road:
Start from our sign at the gate at Pollokshaws Road. Follow the green dots!
Code of conduct
What can I do at The Hidden Gardens?
- admire the plants
- look for beasties
- run around the lawn
- find a quiet place
- enjoy a picnic
- listen to the birds
For the enjoyment of all please make sure that children under 12 are accompanied by an adult and remember:
- No smoking or vaping
- Assistance dogs only
- No loud music
- No alcohol
- No ball games
- No bikes, scooters or skates
- No climbing
Access & Toilets
The Gardens are fully wheelchair accessible at both entrances from Pollokshaws Road and through Tramway. There are wide stone paths around The Gardens, and ramps to take you into the Medicinal Courtyard and Boilerhouse.
Assistance dogs only allowed.
The nearest train station, Pollokshields East, does not currently have wheelchair access.
There are no public toilets within The Gardens, however Tramway has accessible toilets for disabled visitors.
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