Clydebank Museum opened in 1980 in Clydebank Town Hall. It was originally operated by volunteers drawn from the local communities that had lobbied for its creation. Through the years the museum has developed, becoming part of Clydebank District Libraries and now sitting under the Arts and Heritage Team of West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Cultural Services.
New permanent exhibitions concentrating on Clydebank's proud industrial heritage have been created alongside new high specification temporary galleries, for exciting touring exhibitions as well as housing the Council's permanent exhibition of fine art.
Part of the permanent exhibition includes the large model ships at the entrance and the Singer Sewing Machine collection which was awarded the 'Recognised Collection of National Significance' by Museums Galleries Scotland in 2013.
Clydebank Museum leaflet (PDF 2,868KB).
Monday-Saturday 10.00 am - 4.30 pm.
Public Toilets - Yes
Disabled Access - Yes
Available 9:30 am until 3:30 pm with a selection of sandwiches, toasties and panini's, along with homemade soup and baking.