Watt Institution, Greenock
At the heart of Greenock – on the west coast of Scotland – is a complex which celebrates James Watt, learning and local heritage. The Grade ‘A’ Listed Watt Institution is an important building historically, civically, socially and culturally. It houses archives, bequeathed artefacts and world class artwork. The Watt Institution consists of the McLean Museum & Art Gallery, Watt Hall, Watt Library and Inverclyde Archives.
A series of exhibitions will be available on site, including our recently redisplayed World Cultures collection; a selection of photographs in the Watt Hall depicting [details]; and a new display created with Clyde Pride LGBT youth group uncovering the hidden queer histories of the Watt Institution.
Colouring sheets and a hunt the bear activity are available for our younger visitors.
Watt Institution Tour
Comes and see what the Watt Institution holds inside! Learn about the legacy of James Watt and local heritage.Go on a virtual guided tour!
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- 15 Kelly Street
- PA16 8JX
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