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Great museum with plenty of exhibitions through the year. Nice art work depicting local history, good Singer sewing machine display and a great cafe.
Small scale but of great interest locally, free and friendly, helpful staff.
Great little local history museum which also displays work by local artists.
It has a whole section on the Singer Sewing Machine factory which once dominated the town and employed tens of thousands of people.
The other big influence on the area was John Browns...More
My dad was from Clydebank and as a wee boy I used to spend my summer holidays staying with my gran in Briar Drive, and visiting Lock Lomond...so it was a rare opportunity to go back some 50 years later and see the place again.....so...More
This is a free attraction giving you an insight into Clydebank's history, They have different exhibitionson throughout the year. The museum is only small as it is situated within the town hall. There is a wee cafe as well. Something to do if you have...More
Has time to kill in Clydebank and decided to go for a walk. The whole building has been refurbished and the staff were extremely helpful giving a brief history and tour. The coffee shop was ideal for a quick snack . Unfortunately exhibition was being...More
This museum is quite small,its collection of sewing machines fits in one cabinet and there's only 20 of them. The museum has a few antique paintings of local aristocrats and some landscape paintings. But nothing really special. The cafe is very basic but cheap. The...More