The Burns Caup, presented to the Paisley Burns Club in 1814, is one of several ‘relics’ to remain in Paisley Museum’s store this year as the Club moves its traditional celebrations online.
On 29 December 1745, exactly 275 years ago to the day, the Jacobites led by Bonnie Prince Charlie issued a summons to the then Paisley Town Council to meet and account for raising a local militia against them.
Our long-read blog article explores how Paisley was transported from a humble satellite town to the home-away-from-home for a pioneering genre.
Did you know?
The University of the West of Scotland offers Scotland's only Masters course in songwriting and performance.
Paisley Museum will receive £200,000 in capital funding towards its transformation into a world-class cultural destination from the Wolfson Foundation.
Find out the full story behind Paisley’s Sma’ Shot Day celebrations ahead of this year's event.
The project to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class destination is making great progress - here's an update on what's been going on behind the big red hoarding....
Take a walk past Paisley Museum and your eye will be caught by an imaginative new set of artworks on display...
The 'Vision for Paisley Town Centre 2030' study has been revealed - and aims to start a conversation about what might be possible in the town.
It has all the qualities of a major city, but still maintains the identity and charm you'd associate with a Scottish town. It also has a real sense of scale you wouldn't associate with many towns.
I love Paisley because you must have the only Abbey worldwide with an ’Alien’ gargoyle! #WhyILovePaisley
I've lived and worked around Paisley for the majority of my life and so it holds a special place for me - it'll always be a place I see as home. Paisley is unique with a great mix of people, places and events to enjoy throughout the year.