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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
Had a thoroughly enjoyable visit to museum today. No entry fee. Started with a cuppa in the cafe. Old singer sewing machines brought back memories of when my mum had one - interesting exhibition. Loved David Mitchell's artwork - would have loved to buy a...More
This is a small museum, but Clydebank deserves better.The museum was recently upgraded and has a modern feel to it but i felt let down. Clydebank has been ravished of all it`s incredible heritage , and if this is all that is left then it's...More
We have been to this museum several times. There is a display area that changes quite often. We have seen local art, Roman artifacts and ship models there. The cafe has quite good food at a good price.(3 pounds 50 for a toasted sandwich, salad...More
This is a great museum - at the moment there is an exhibition about the Clyde shipyards plus an art exhibition including a very nice Hunter. You can also visit the old jail cells and the Blitz memorial room if you ask a member of...More