The Glasgow Garden Festival was the third of five National Garden Festivals, and the only one to take place in Scotland. It was held in Glasgow between 26 April and 26 September 1988. It was the first exposition held in the city since the British Empire Exhibition of 1938, and also marked the centenary of Glasgow's first International Exhibition in 1888. It attracted 4.3 million visitors over 152 days. The festival site covered 120 acres on the south bank of the River Clyde at Plantation Quay in Govan, and also on land reclaimed from the partial filling-in of the Princes Dock basin
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