Paisley First has launched two family-friendly fun trails in the town centre this Easter, giving families the chance to win prizes.
Paisley Museum is being transformed into an international-class visitor attraction showcasing the town’s people, stories and Pattern – and we can introduce some of the team making that possible.
Paisley Town Hall is being transformed into a landmark entertainment venue for the West of Scotland. We take an in-depth look at 10 things you can expect when that happens...
Find out some things you maybe didn't know about Paisley with some quirky facts about the town.
Paisley offers a thriving restaurant scene - with some long-established favourites and a number of new places already proving popular. Join us as we take you through a selection...
Before planning a day out a few key criteria need to be met: you need to be able to get there easily, have plenty of culture to soak up, some great shopping choices and excellent places to eat and drink - Paisley has all these things in spades.
Did you know?
Coats Observatory in Paisley is the oldest public observatory in Scotland.
Paisley is home to a wide range of pubs and bars, many with unique histories and stories to tell...allow us to be your guides on a virtual pub crawl of some of them.
If you’re in need of some retail therapy and want some ideas on where you can splash your hard earned cash, here’s a rundown of the top boutique shops to grab some unique keepsakes around Renfrewshire.
Are you planning your next weekend break around Scotland? Why not pack a bag and spend 48 hours in one of Scotland’s largest and most historically rich towns. No matter if you are a culture vulture, outdoor enthusiast or foodie fan – there’s plenty of ways to enjoy a great weekend in Paisley.
Got a few hours to spare in Scotland’s largest town? Paisley boasts the largest number of listed buildings anywhere in Scotland except for Edinburgh - making the town a must-visit destination for architecture and design buffs.
The Stewards, the Coats and the Clarks … three names which left an indelible mark on Paisley and Renfrewshire. A new interactive 'story map' explores the impact these three 'power families' had on Renfrewshire.
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.