What's the Pollen Count in Glasgow today?
Venture outdoors without the worry of pollen irritating your hay fever with our pollen tracker. Enter your postcode above to find the pollen count is today across Glasgow instantly.
Pollen Forecast for Glasgow
Whether you’re shopping on Sauchiehall Street or planning a trip to Kelvingrove Park, you can enjoy the great outdoors by checking the pollen count in Glasgow for the next five days before you leave the house.
Pollen Hotspots in Glasgow
While spring and summer certainly bring a variety of benefits for your social life, it also brings with it an influx of pollen. Whether you’re dining al fresco on Ashton Lane, going for a walk down the Clyde or just taking the family dog out to Queens Park, nobody wants to cut their days out short due to hay fever.
Glasgow’s not known as the Dear Green Place for nothing – but these natural beauty spots are the worst when it comes to pollen due to copious amounts of flora. And the tree-filled parks of Glasgow have a lot to answer for – hay fever sufferers might want to avoid these during peak pollen season – or at least come prepared with Allergy Comfort Wipes.
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Glasgow
By keeping track of the pollen count in Glasgow via the Your Pollen Pal tracker, you can plan your trips out for when the pollen is at its lowest or avoid the area with a high pollen count in Glasgow.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Glasgow
You don’t have to worry about a high pollen count spoiling your fun in the city. There are endless hay fever-friendly activities in Glasgow, so you can enjoy a day out with your friends without suffering from the effects of your allergies. You just need to know when your particular brand of pollen is at its peak in the city.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Glasgow
Culture and Gastronomy
Embrace the good food and even better culture in Glasgow – perfect spots to avoid hay fever bothering flowers and trees.
1. Clydeside Distillery
2. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
3. Glasgow Film Theatre
Discover this city’s past with a variety of hay fever friendly days out, whether exploring old building or taking a walk around its famous cemetery.
1. The Necropolis
2. Tenement House
3. Queen’s Cross Church
Quirky Days Out
Glaswegians are known for their sense of humour, which is maybe why there’s so many wonderfully odd and obscure attractions in the city.
1. Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
2. Glasgow Police Museum
3. Britannia Panopticon Music Hall