• Riverside Museum

    At Riverside Museum there are over 3,000 objects on display, compared with 1,300 objects at the previous Museum of Transport. These include some old favourites along with some new exhibits to the Collection. One of the new exhibits is the recently acquired South African locomotive, Glasgow Museums’ largest object. Visitors read more

  • Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre

    The creative nucleus of our Centre is its theatre, museum,education unit and related production and design workshops (marionette carving, mask studio, textile & design facilities, film & FX creature shop). Our approach is ‘hands on’ and our work and training initiatives are applied by ‘learning through doing’ from craft to read more

  • Viking Experience at Vikingar

    The award-winning Vikingar! allows you to meet real Vikings and hear about their exploits, adventures and battles in Scotland. Situated adjacent to the promenade in the beautiful coastal town of Largs and boasting views over the Firth of Clyde, Vikingar! is an action packed Viking experience. Witness the Viking adventure read more

  • Dalgarven Mill

    The Museum of Ayrshire Country Life and Costume is a treasure trove, created in a group of outstanding historical industrial buildings in a beautiful rural location in Ayrshire, South-west Scotland. Beautifully restored buildings offer the visitor a chance to step into the past. Experience the sight and sound of the read more

  • Paisley Museum

    Admission to Paisley Museum is free. Paisley Museum opened in 1871. The building was designed by the well-known Glasgow architect John Honeyman and paid for by Sir Peter Coats of the famous Coats thread manufacturing family. The museum houses a wealth of treasures, from Ancient Egyptian artefacts to reminders of read more

  • Coats Observatory

    Coats Observatory is the oldest public observatory in Scotland and was gifted to the people of Paisley by Thomas Coats and designed by Glasgow Architect John Honeyman, Coats Observatory opened in 1883 and has been welcoming everyone with an interest in astronomy ever since. The observatory also has a planetarium read more

  • Dynamic Earth

    A visit to Dynamic Earth is like nothing else on Earth. It’s a chance to experience the primeval forces of nature as they shaped our planet, to journey through space and time and even go on a 4DVENTURE around the world. You’ll be embarking on the interactive adventure of a read more

  • Almond Valley Heritage Centre

    There are many things to enjoy and discover here at Almond Valley. For your little ones there are tractor rides, soft play areas, interactive activities in our museum, farm animals to meet, our bouncy castle and trampolines and picnic areas to eat lunch or snacks. There are plenty of things read more