It's a Scottish festival. It's worth 6 pounds to watch the band perform. It's not worth it. It's not worth it to go directly to the People's Palace. It's worth watching the daily life, supplies and oil paintings of the Scottish people. Listening to the introduction, I recall that the people are as simple as the ticket supply in China in the 1960s and 1970s.
Walking for about 30 minutes to a riverside park where the People's Palace is located, it is an open park with a large area. The vast green lawn echoes the billowing clouds in the sky. This is the most impressive "standard matching" pattern we have seen since we arrived in Scotland. There are people practicing canoeing in the river, people running and fitness along the river, people sitting on the lawn are scattered everywhere, and people walking dogs can be seen everywhere on the road. Into such a park, the pace can not help but slow down. It seems that fast pacing is not popular in Scotland. We strolled through the park and watched sculptures in various places, including the tall obelisk-like monument which was a landmark building. The People's Palace in the park is a Victorian style building with red sandstone. The figure sculptures and sculptures on the front look are more ancient under the sunset line. The 16th century museum is now a Museum of Social History, with a large glass greenhouse behind it, because we can only see the appearance after work. The sculpture in front of the main entrance of the People's Palace is very tall, and there are many figures, including those dressed in Islamic and Indian costumes. I don't know what the meaning is. Turning half a circle in the park, he stepped out of a triumphal arch directly opposite the monument. The carved triumphal arch did not know what it meant. There are many sculptures in many cities in Britain. It seems normal not to know their origins. After all, there are too many sculptures to attract the attention of tourists.
Inside the People's Palace is an exhibition of people's lives related to Glasgow. Unfortunately, I am not particularly interested in these themes. The latter half of the People's Palace is a glass house like a warm house garden. It's a good place to have coffee and rest.
The People's Palace is mainly surrounded by red brick buildings with some characteristics. Inside is an exhibition of people's lives related to Glasgow. I didn't go there because I wasn't particularly interested in the subject. The latter half of the People's Palace is a glass house like a warm house garden, in which you can have coffee and rest.
The People's Palace is Glasgow's Museum of Social History, which shows the stories of Glasgow's cities and people since 1750. The works on display include paintings, photographs, movies and computer interaction. The next winter garden is a huge plant sunshine glass greenhouse, planted with a variety of plants, including tropical trees, which has a cafe and recreational benches. Opening hours are closed on Monday, Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday, 10:00-17:00, Friday and Sunday, 11:00-17:00.