The McLean Museum and Art Gallery
The McLean Museum and Art Gallery has been collecting paintings, objects and artefacts since it opened in 1876 and today has many fine collections for you to enjoy including displays and collections drawn from many cultures across 3,000 years of human history.
The museum also has outstanding Fine Art and World Cultures collections, as well as a wealth of material covering the local and social history of the areas we now know as Inverclyde.
The kids will love our Egyptian artefacts and don't forget to look out for Captain Ahab!
The Watt Library
This amazing library opened on its current site in 1827, with James Watt latterly becoming its distinguished patron.
Nowadays, the library houses a wealth of information on the history and heritage of Inverclyde, including books and monographs; leaflets and pamphlets; maps; family history sources; census returns and indexes; parish registers; and local newspapers on microfilm.