The ‘Cradle of the Stewarts’ and the historical county town of Renfrewshire has a fascinating history that’s worth exploring.
Renfrew Fire Station
Paisley Road, Renfrew PA4 8LJ
Open: Saturday, 12pm – 4pm
Take a tour of the building and see all the fire engines in this operational fire station.
Renfrew Town Hall
The Cross, Renfrew PA4 8PF
Open: Saturday, 11am – 4pm
This Category A-listed mid-Victorian building often referred to as the “Disney Castle was designed and built in French Gothic Style by James Jamieson Lamb and Baillie James Barr Lamb. Drop in and visit the Community Museum which tells the story of Renfrew’s rich heritage or take a tour of the grand hall and function rooms.
Come along and experience a trip ‘frew time! The first 100 visitors will get a free copy of a new graphic novel by Renfrew High pupils inspired by the Renfrew’s history and objects in the museum.
Renfrew Trinity Church
13 Paisley Road, Renfrew PA4 8JH
Open: Saturday, 10am – 1pm
There is plenty to see and admire on a visit to this C-listed church building, opened in 1865.
St Margaret’s Church
Oxford Road, Renfrew PA4 0SJ
Open: Saturday, 10am – 4pm
This stone-built church was opened in 1914 and this friendly and quiet place has been a place where all faiths can celebrate ever since.
Pop in to our church building to say ‘hello!’ and you’ll find plenty of crafts and activities to enjoy.