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Greenock - Dutch Gable House

Door open days

31 August 2019 (10 am to 4 pm)

Inverclyde

The Dutch Gable House is an iconic and unusual building in Greenock’s historic William Street town quarter.  The rear of the building allows access to the oldest surviving house in the town.  

Come and step back in time.

There will be a photograph exhibition called ‘Inverclyde At War’ which is a collection of local WW2 images taken from the Imperial War Museum’s Collection. This exhibition will be upstairs on the first floor at the back of the building.

The bottom rooms at the front building will also be open, in this space we will be inviting the public to take part in a public consultation survey to find out what activity and projects, local people would like to see taking place in the building over the next 2-3 years.

Please note – Wheelchair access is very limited. Assistance needed, the ground floor of the building is accessible, with an uneven cobbled area. There is no disabled access to middle floor

 

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Where to find us

Address
  • 14 William Street
  • Greenock
  • PA15 1BT