Take a boat cruise along the Loch, breathe in the history of
Dumbarton Castle, climb the iconic Titan Crane or visit the BBC
Studios where River City and other major dramas are filmed. West
Dunbartonshire has it all.
Learn more about our French twin town Argenteuil
The north bank of the river Clyde and was the centre for the renowned Clyde shipbuilding industry and home of the world famous Singer sewing machine.
Was the world's first manmade sea-to-sea waterway and opened in 1790.
Outstanding attraction is Dumbarton Castle which sits on top of volcanic rock overlooking the Clyde Estuary
Southern end of beautiful Loch Lomond, and boasts one of Scotland's most spectacular visitor destinations in Loch Lomond Shores
The Vale of Leven covers the area around the River Vale as it flows from Loch Lomond to the Clyde and is steeped in industrial history.