The museum is an attractive building set beside the river clyde. It is bright and airy inside with the exhibits on floor level easily seen and appreciated. This was our second visit so we were prepared for the disappointment of seeing the smaller exhibits such as bikes, motor bikes etc. displayed so high up on the walls. There does appear to be less items on view here than before at the old transport museum but there is still plenty to see and do. Many exhibits have interactive panels to keep both adults and children interested. The cafe provides snacks and meals. The shops in the old street reminds us all of days gone by. Worth a visit.
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