ABOUT THE GARDENS
Located in the west end of Glasgow, Kingsborough Gardens originally consisted of a ‘B’ listed residential terrace built in the 1870s by William Robertson. The Gardens were expanded to include the adjacent Hanover Terrace again built by Robertson. The Edwardian red sandstone townhouses to the south were built in the 1900s by three different architects.
Today the gardens offer quiet family life within easy reach of the many amenities of Byres Road, Glasgow University and Kelvingrove Art Gallery.
Proprietors commonly own two central gardens which are maintained by Kingsborough Gardens Proprietors Association. The gardens are used for many social events throughout the year including family fun days, Bonfire Night and have previously hosted a formal ball.
Do not climb on or over fences or gates.
No ball games allowed in the North Gardens.
The South Gardens may be used for soft ball games only but responsibly and having proper regard to other garden users, the trees and plants in the gardens.Ball games only allowed between 9am and 9pm.
Cycling on the grass is not allowed with the exception of young children learning to ride a bike.
Dogs are not allowed in the gardens.
Please use the bins provided or take your litter home.
At all times please act responsibly and with due regard to other garden users.