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Horatio's Gardens

National Spinal Injuries Unit, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, 1345 Govan Road, Glasgow G51 4TF
Horatio's Gardens
Opened in 2016, award-winning Horatio's Garden at the Scottish National Spinal Injuries Unit, was designed by acclaimed garden designer and RHS judge, James Alexander-Sinclair. This fully accessible garden creates a peaceful sanctuary using planting, a wealth of variety and colour and seasonality in every corner. Visit to see how this high-profile national charity has created a beautiful, cleverly designed, contemporary, accessible garden in the heart of Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS, for the benefit of patients, relatives and staff.

Directions: From the east or west of the city: On the M8 motorway to Junction 25, follow signs for the Clyde Tunnel (A739) for three-quarters of a mile, then follow signs for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Turn left into Govan Road and the hospital is on the left. From north of the River Clyde: Go through the Clyde tunnel (A739) and follow signs for the hospital. Please look at our website for the hospital estate map for directions to the garden and available parking.

Sunday 23 August, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £7.00, children free.
· Horatio's Garden 60%.
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