There's a growing collection of fabulous place to visit and exciting things to do along the River Clyde.
The Riverside Museum opened in June 2011 providing a stunning new home for Glasgow's transport and technology collection. By the end of 2011 over 1 million people had already visited the new attraction which was designed by Zaha Hadid. The The Tall Ship, the Glenlee, which has recently undergone refurbishment work, is moored alongside the riverside museum and you can visit them together.
Take the lift to the top of the massive Titan Crane at Clydebank to survey the area where many of the Clyde's most famous liners were built and launched. This summer the Titan Crane becomes the Scotland's latest bungee location, with the opportunity for thrill-seekers to launch themselves from the top of the crane, which has a commanding position beside the river at Clydebank. Find out more about the Titan Crane here.
The whole family will enjoy a visit to the Glasgow Science Centre at Pacific Quay. Built on an area of reclaimed dockland, the centre is one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions.
And for a bit of variety and great family entertainment, Xscape is an exciting leisure facility at Braehead. Ski on real snow at the indoor ski slope and enjoy the vast array of shops at the Braehead shopping centre.
Travel by boat
Make the most of the Clyde's riverside attractions by taking a boat down the river from Glasgow City Centre. Clyde Clippers run a regular service fom the Broomielaw to Braehead during the summer months, stopping at the Glasgow Science Centre and the Riverside Museum.