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We're lucky to have so many beautiful green spaces in Paisley - but how many of them can you explore in one day? Test yourself with this route.
This longer walking route - at close to three hours - provides the perfect guide to exploring the Gleniffer Braes in all their glory.
Did you know?
The Vegan Leather are named after a pair of faux leather trousers owned and worn on stage by Gianluca.
At around 25 minutes, this route is great for a leisurely stroll in the Gleniffer Braes. Plus, keep your eye out for Highland cows and red deer on your walk.
This 30 minute route takes in stunning woodland views, the Lower and Upper Glen Dams and Craigielinn Waterfall - which is a particular highlight.
The Burning of the Cork is the centrepiece of Paisley's Sma’ Shot Day celebrations. Watch the full spectacle of this story unfold through a trio of films exploring the key moments of this important point in the town's history.
The Makers Market is back and online for Paisley's Sma’ Shot Day 2021. You can browse some of the fabulous handmade items created by local makers.
Paisley Radicals: Catalysts for change walking tour app highlights the town's role in the Scottish Radical War of 1820
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.