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McLean Museum and Art Gallery, Greenock

(4.2/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • At present the Museum is closed for renovation and will be for a while . Free entry and some good exhibits are on show will entertain kids on a wet day when it reopens  more »
  • Very interesting stuff about Greenock. I grew up here but there is much I didn't know. Due to close I think for refurbishment. Will be back again as soon as it reopens.  more »
  • The museum and art gallery will be closing shortly for upgrading. It will be closed for two years. The museum has an excellent permanent art ecollection plus an upstairs gallery for visiting exhibitio...  more »
  • Hasn't changed much since i was a kid, but my 2 children (6&9) had a great afternoon here, and we parents enjoyed it too!
  • Great place for both locals learning about the areas vast history and tourists who wish to see how the Greenock came to be. Additionally the staff are very helpful if you have specific questions about the history of Greenock. I would recommend this to anyone looking to find out historical information about both Greenock and Inverclyde.
  • There is a lot to see, the staff are so helpful, I got married in there gardens as well and the staff helped out with that as well.
  • It is fantastic museum, great for who want to get am idea about the Greenock history. For the tourists also can enjoy the Clyde river view, it is few minutest far from the museum.
  • very interesting