Hundreds take time out to explore Renfrewshire’s hidden architectural gems at Doors Open Days.
Venues all over Renfrewshire invited people of all ages to delve deeper into their history over the weekend.
At Doors Open Days – Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment, old and new – more than 50 buildings across Renfrewshire welcomed visitors through their doors, and provided information on what goes on behind the scenes.
Activities took place across Paisley, Renfrew, Linwood, Johnstone, Lochwinnoch, Kilbarchan, Bridge of Weir, Houston, Erskine and Inchinnan.
New venues introduced across Renfrewshire this year included – Brediland Allotments, Grow in Glenburn, Fountain Gardens, PACE, Paisley Florist Society Gardening Club, Renfrewshire Witch Hunt Experience, Wellmeadow Bowling Club, Renfrew Association of Growers & Gardeners, Renfrew Police Station, Renfrew North Parish Church and Johnstone Credit Union.
A group of intrepid individuals also travelled underground on a tour of Paisley’s medieval Abbey Drain.
Take a look at some of our photo highlights from Doors Open Days 2019.