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This is a very nice sandstone building on the main road running through Clydebank, just along from the new FE college. Have a look at the outside, the clock tower is grand and chimes beautifully before striking each hour. There is also a fine statue...More
Superb history presentation of Clydebank through the years.
Well presented and enjoyably infomative, with info on Singer sewing machine factory
And shipbuilders JOHN Browns..who famously built all the Cunard Queens'
We were so lucky to have gone today to buy a Claire Kennedy painting from her excellent show at Clydebank museum and gallery , a guide called Stephen offered his services and was on hand when we were ready for a great tour of the...More
This was disappointing because it wasn't what we expected at all. We were interested in the ship building history. There was little. [we did attend the Museum of Transport but expected a different perspective/experience here.]
We did meet a very sweet volunteer who tried to...More
An interesting mix of history, shipping and art exhibitions. Well presented and professional. Lovely shop. There's also a small cafe but I didn't use it. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
Visited today to browse the museum and art work on display. We got a very warm welcome from the staff and a fantastic guide round the treasures behind the doors. Despite the fact they were obviously preparing from an awards event, they didn't hold back...More
Took my boy to the Brick history (lego) exhibition, The exhibition was in the old Bruce Street Baths, What a fantastic use of the space, the old pool has been boarded over and the room is now used as an exhibition space. (Who ever thought...More