Are you an art lover? Or do you just want to experience a cultured and educational day out? Well then, The Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery is the perfect place for you. Originally, this fascinating building was the town hall and opened in 1980. It has had an interesting life since then, even being the area’s library for some time. Nowadays, it is cared for by local volunteers and has become an important gallery that celebrates the area’s fascinating history.

How do I get to the Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery from Glasgow?

The Art Gallery and Museum is conveniently located next to the train station, which has regular services to and from Glasgow.

The gallery boasts regular exhibitions that showcase Clydebank’s proud industrial history, but it also hosts regular temporary exhibitions on different topics. Along with this, the Art Gallery hosts a fantastic selection of fine art, which is nationally recognised. Part of one of the museum’s regular exhibitions is their magnificent model ships and their Singer Sewing Machine which was gifted the “Recognised Collection of National Significance” back in 2012. So why not come down to this brilliant Art Gallery and Museum, and enjoy an educational day out that all the family can enjoy?

  • Wheelchair access.
  • Toilets.
  • Free admission.

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