Over 100 of your favourite retailers all under one roof including Empire Cinema and restaurants.
The Museum is situated in the Clydebank Town Hall and exhibits the rich heritage of Clydebank including Shipbuilding, Singers and the Clydebank Blitz.
All centres feature excellent facilities and activities for all ages including leisure pools, wave machine (Playdrome & Meadow Centre), badminton courts and fitness suites.
Easy to reach from central Glasgow, World of Golf boasts a 72-bay all weather driving range and a premier golf academy with five PGA professionals. Facilities and training for all ages and abilities. A golf store and coffee club restaurant is also on site.
A visit to Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank is an opportunity to step back into the world of Victorian ship designer. Built in 1882 it retains many original features including the fully restored testing tank that is as long as a football pitch.
Only minutes from the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and a 25 minute drive from Glasgow, Antartex Village is a unique shopping village experience.
Loch Lomond Shores is a principal gateway to Scotland's first National Park. It is Scotland's most spectacular visitor destination combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of shopping and leisure experiences. Loch Lomond Shores overlooks the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch.
Scottish Tourist Board 4-star tours on Loch Lomond. Whether its a relaxing cruise you're after or a fun night out with a difference, Sweeney's Cruises caters for all.
The Maid of the Loch is situated in the wonderful setting of spectacular Loch Lomond and is moored at Balloch Pier. The Maid is open as a Restaurant/cafe/bar/visitor attraction and as a totally unique venue for events and functions.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park offers everyone the chance to explore and enjoy. This includes low level and hill walking, cycling, boating, golf, wildlife watching and for the more adventurous, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and mountain biking.
The Saltings, near Old Kilpatrick, is West Dunbartonshire's only nature reserve and offers a path network and guide to history and wildlife in the area.
The Century old Titan Crane at Clydebank first opened to the public in July 2007. Take the lift to the top of the 150ft 'A' listed Titan Crane and enjoy the spectacular views of the Clyde and beyond.
Auchentoshan is the only Scottish Distillery to triple distil every drop. The Distillery and Visitors Centre is 20 minutes from Glasgow and is one of five remaining lowland distilleries.
Experience all the thrills of competitive motorsport on Scotland's largest indoor kart track.
Situated on a volcanic rock overlooking the Firth of Clyde, Dumbarton Castle was an important royal refuge, sheltering both David II and Mary Queen of Scots. The Castle gives magnificent views over the firth.
The Studios have been home to the set of weekly drama River City since 2002. They are also regularly used for filming major BBC dramas including Garrow's Law and The Deep. The site was formerly a whisky bottling plant and now plays home to the full-scale replica sandstone tenements of 'Montego Street'.
Lomond Galleries at Alexandria is close to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. Shop in style with a wide range of shops to chose from.
Uncover the wonder of Loch Lomond, the sensations of the Atlantic and the treasures of the Pacific at Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium.
Canoe, Kayak, pedal or boat and bike hire in a sheltered lagoon, which is patrolled by a safety boat at Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch. Fabulous 2-hour and full day Loch Lomond island hopping canoe trips.
On the banks of Loch Lomond lies one of Scotland's best loved gardens which plays host to stunning scenery, landscape and a gothic style mansion. Now it's a Country Park for everyone to enjoy. Explore the paths through the gardens, woods and meadow.
A magnificent baronial mansion surrounded by 100 acres of woodland, Cameron House on Loch Lomond, blends traditional Scottish influences with sumptuous contemporary decor to offer guests a memorable stay in the finest surroundings.
Just 30 minutes from Glasgow but a million miles from the urban jungle, West Dunbartonshire has stunning natural scenery and woodland areas to enjoy.