One of only four surviving medieval buildings in Glasgow, Provand’s Lordship was built in 1471. The St Nicholas garden is special too: you’ll find an arrangement of knot box hedges and medicinal herbs, just what you’d expect from a 15th century garden. Look out for the Tontine Heads too – carved faces in the cloisters.
It’s a 15-minute walk from Glasgow Queen Street – head east along George Street, turn up High St and it’s on your left, just before the cathedral. Prefer a shorter walk? Catch a train to High St from the lower lever platforms at Queen Street, and head up the road from there. It’s open Tuesday to Sunday.
3 Castle St, Glasgow G4 0RH