Home to medieval carved stones and stunning Art Deco buildings, visitors to Inchinnan are in for a pleasant surprise!

The stunning India of Inchinnan building dates from the 1930s and makes for an attractive local landmark.

A series of carved stones at Inchinnan Parish Church date from around 900-1100AD. They are believed to mark the final resting place of prominent figures from the long-lost Kingdom of Strathclyde. This was a significant stronghold which reached its peak as the Vikings were waging bloody raids on Scotland. Another group of stones dating from 1200-1700 are thought to include Knights Templar stones.

Inchinnan Parish Church is a striking building. It has a beautiful marble pulpit from Italy along with glorious stained glass windows.

Living in Inchinnan

Inchinnan has a large business park nearby which is home to many well-known businesses.

The Inchinnan Cruising Club was established in 1932 and is located between Inchinnan and Renfrew.  It has an active membership and a varied fleet of power and sailing vessels.

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