Heritage news and events
Find out more about the history and heritage of the River Clyde. The news stories and events we feature here are stories that relate to the heritage of the area, leisure and tourism opportunities.
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Doors are wide open at many of Glasgow's heritage buildings this weekend. It's the grand annual opportunity to get out and about in the city and get through the doors of places that are not normally open to the public.
Clydebank's Titan Crane has been recognised as the oldest crane of its type in the world with prestigious heritage award from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Bungee jumping has come to the Clyde. From 23rd June 2012, the Titan Crane at Clydebank will be offering monthly bungee jumping events throughout the summer.
The famous Scottish paddle steamer Waverley has been awarded an Engineering Heritage Award by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Don't miss the Tall Ships event from 9 - 12 July 2011 in Greenock
The new Riverside Museum opened on 21 June 2011 and has to be the place to visit in Glasgow this month.
An important local landmark has been restored to its rightful home on the roof of the Pearce Institute in Govan.
Glasgow's Tall Ship, Glenlee, has moved to its new location at the Riverside Museum. Both the Tall Ship and the Riverside Museum will open on 21 June 2011.
The Riverside Museum has re-created the legendary hillclimb race on one of Scotland's most famous roads, with a film featuring classic cars, and the road recreated within the new museum.
The people of Clydebank have been remembering the event of the blitz, 70 years ago in 1941. 14 March 2011