Take a trip down to Glasgow’s famous Clyde river and step inside the award-winning Riverside Transport Museum. The impressive facility showcases the role Glasgow has played with its contributions to shipbuilding, train manufacturing and heavy engineering, with over 3,000 objects on display. The Museum gives patrons the opportunity to experience immersive displays and exhibits, including a full-scale Victorian Glasgow street.
Where can I find the Riverside Museum?
The museum is located on the banks of the River Clyde and is easily accessible by car, rail, and subway.
The museum is home to over 600 ship models. Some of the most famous ships launched on the Clyde are included, such as the RMS Queen Mary and HMS Hood, as well as models of historically significant vessels, including the first European passenger steamer Comet and the world’s first turbine-powered vessel King Edward.
- Free admission
- Wheelchair accessible