It's time to...
Scotland has moved into Tier 0, meaning national travel restrictions have eased and rules on hospitality, entertainment and sport have relaxed. Pubs and restaurants are able to stay open until 12am and weddings are now permitted with a maximum of 200 guests. Now is the time to come and explore what Inverclyde has on offer.
Golf courses throughout the area are beginning to open. Speak to local courses about their arrangements or membership. Guests are now welcome to play on most courses so check out the course of your choice.
Food & Drink
We have a number of exciting Food & Drink establishments throughout Inverclyde. Have a look through our list of fantastic bars, coffee shops and restaurants.
Summer of Fun 21
Get active with our amazing summer programme of free activities. Booking now available for seven weeks of events to entertain the family this summer.
Art & Culture
Most of our wonderful arts & culture venues are open, including the Watt Institution and the Waterfront cinema in Greenock. The Beacon Arts Centre is now also offering limited exhibitions, workshops and performances. Keep updated through our events page.
Finlaystone Estate, with it’s amazing outdoor spaces for exploring is a great place to take the kids for an adventure and a picnic on a day out. It is open daily from 10am – 5pm.
The Watt Institution, incorporating the Watt Hall and McLean Museum, is welcoming visitors once again – currently operating limited opening hours.
Lunderston Bay, part of the Clyde Muirshiel regional park, is a local beauty spot open for exploring and enjoying. Ideal for a splash in the water, the area has been listed in the Scottish Governments list of designated bathing waters.
One of Scotland’s smallest regions but with the warmest welcome, Inverclyde sits at the mouth of the River Clyde. Made up of three thriving towns; Port Glasgow, Greenock and Gourock and the villages of Kilmacolm & Quarrier’s Village to the East and Inverkip & Wemyss Bay to the West.
The area has a history and heritage rich in shipbuilding and seafaring dating back to the 1500’s which has left its mark throughout the region.
These days, it offers a broad range of sports and leisure facilities, both indoors and outdoors, a great variety of arts and culture activities and wide open spaces to enjoy and explore.
16 Years: Gigs in Scotland 1974-1990
30.07.2021 - 30.07.2021
Join Chris Brickley, author of 16 YEARS: Gigs in Scotland 1974-1990, at Beacon Arts Centre next month for a special event. Featuring over 2000 images, Brickley’s photobook captures vital moments of the live music experience in Scotland and spans 32 towns, 120 venues and 500 bands. As well as spotlighting Scotland’s major cities, the book…