The Best Landmark in Renfrewshire

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Renfrewshire, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Abbey Close, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA1 1JF

Since 1873

City Hall or Town Hall, Landmarks, Architecture Buildings, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Tourist Attractions, Live Music Venues, Wedding Venues, Meetings & Social Events

The taller of the two towers, with its sculptured figures representing the four seasons, housed a clock and a chime of bells which could play a different tune for every day of the month

Mon - Sat 8:45 am - 4:45 pm
Sun Closed

In 1873 George A.Clark, of the famous thread family, left £20,000 in his will to build a Town Hall in Paisley & it was officially opened in 1882. This building & its magnificent Victorian architecture soon became a Paisley landmark. The taller of its 2 towers has sculptured figures representing the 4 Seasons & houses a clock which originally could play a different tune on every day of the month. Today it provides a unique venue for concerts, theatre & ballet shows.

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Tower Road, Johnstone, Renfrewshire PA5 0AE

Since 1773

Castle, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Estates, Community Centre, Tower, Tour & Events

It is a structure and former mansion - The structure remodelled in a castellated style complete with a turret at the left hand of the front elevation, possibly by the architect James Gillespie Graham - It is a protected category B listed building

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It lies south of the town centre and is home to around 5,000 people - making it the largest of Johnstone's housing estates. Housing in the area is a mostly made up of terraced houses and tenement flats. The most notable features were barrel vaulted rooms in the ground floor. Externally in addition to the battlemented decoration there was a rope-styled string course.

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The Cross, Kilbarchan, Johnstone, Renfrewshire PA10 2JG

Since 1723

Landmarks, Tourist Attraction, Museum, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Gardens, Collection, Cottage, Artifacts, Programs, Events & Shops

The cottage stands 2 storeys high and is built of rubble, with an attic under a cruck-framed slate roof - The interior has been furnished with 18th-century furniture and household objects and there are parish records and old photographs on display

Price: Adult £6.50, Family £16.50, Single Adult Family £11.50 & Concession £5.00

Fri - Tue 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Wed & Thu Closed

Travelling around Scotland we went a little out of our way to visit the Weaver's Cottage and we are so glad we did. The staff/volunteers made the visit. A lady welcomed us and gave us a brief history of the cottage. It really is a lovely, interesting place to visit. A beautiful old building full of interesting artefacts. Downstairs we were given a talk and then a brief demonstration on how to work the looms. Really very good. The icing on the cake is the beautiful rear garden. Well worth visits.

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