The Govan ferry will no longer operate from 2022 onwards but the good news is the works to the Govan Partick Bridge have commenced and we can look forward to a new bridge crossing in 2024.
Looking for things to do in the summer holidays? Why not take a walk round historic Govan with our new Kid’s Heritage Trail. The kid’s heritage trail was designed with the help of pupils from Pirie Park Primary and Govan … Continued
While away a couple of hours discovering Govan’s entertaining past with the Entertaining Govan Audio Walking Tour. The audio features interviews with 12 Govanites sharing fabulous memories of dancin’ the night away, going to ‘the pictures’ at the grand Lyceum or the ‘Flea … Continued
Visit Govan Old Parish Church to discover their unique collection of early medieval carved stones, which date from the 9th – 11th centuries and commemorate the power of those who ruled the Kingdom of Strathclyde. The Govan Stones are one … Continued
Riverside Museum, Scotland’s Museum of Transport and Travel, is based on the banks of the River Clyde – directly across from central Govan. More than 3000 items are housed in a state of the art building designed by the Iraqi born … Continued
A lively market takes place in Govan every Saturday from 10am to 3pm. It has approximately 20 stalls ranging from clothing to fresh produce. In addition to the Retail Market there is also a Car Boot Sale which operates along … Continued
“The Pearce Institute, affectionately known as the PI, has been at the heart of the Govan community since 1906. The PI is home to a wide range of community groups and social economy organisations sharing the common aim of meeting … Continued
The Subcrawl is a pub crawl with a difference! Participants buy an all day Discovery ticket for the Glasgow Subway, disembark at each of the 15 stations and have a drink in the nearest bar! In Govan the Subcrawl stops … Continued