Arts and culture attractions in Loch Lomond, Trossachs & Forth Valley

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  • View inside one of the rooms at Hill House, Helensburgh
    Hill House, Helensburgh
  • Artwork hanging from the ceiling in the Macrobert Arts Centre
    Artwork hanging from the ceiling in the Macrobert Arts Centre
  • The exterior of the Stirling Smith Art Gallery, Stirling
    The Stirling Smith Art Gallery, Stirling

From art galleries to exhibitions and visitor centres to pre art deco cinemas, there is a fantastic choice of arts and culture attractions in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley. Admire fascinating works of art in the galleries and browse exhibitions in the visitor centres.

The macrobert at the University of Stirling is an exciting centre for contemporary art, theatre, live music and film. Children will love the treehouse, a unique creative space for young people. The Tolbooth in the city centre was once the hub of civic life and justice but is now an arts and performance space and a great venue for live music, dance and comedy.

Stirling also boasts the Smith Art Gallery and Museum, a treasure house of the city’s history, art and artefacts. In nearby Falkirk, head to the Park Gallery situated in the stable block of Callendar House and in Clackmannanshire you can visit Alloa Maker’s Village, a centre for creativity.

Discover how the region’s unique culture is influenced by a fascinating heritage. Visit historical attractions such as the Scottish Maritime Museum - Denny Tank in Dumbarton, and Clydebank Museum where you can see wonderful displays and learn about the area’s shipbuilding industry.

Use the information which includes contact details, locations and accessibility to start planning which arts and culture attractions to visit in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.

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  1. Inverbeg Galleries

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    Galleries

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    • 3 Tourist Shop
    3 Tourist Shop

    Inverbeg

    Extensive range of original artwork in oil, watercolour and acrylic. Limited and open edition prints. Bespoke and contract framing. Ladies and gents giftware and jewellery. Special offers on art supplies. Regular events and exhibitions.

  2. The Hippodrome

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    Cinema

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    • 4 Arts Venue
    4 Arts Venue

    Falkirk

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    Drymen

    Visitor centre comprising exhibition on Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, geology and Highland Boundary Fault.

  4. The Old Town Jail

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    Historic Buildings & Homes

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    Stirling

    The Old Town Jail will be open and again accepting ‘inmates’ in July, August and September! Join us on a journey through the grim and gruesome history of Crime and Punishment in the Royal Burgh.

  5. Gradings

    Stirling

    Iona is Stirling's Heritage Artist. Come and live her work.

  6. Gradings

    • 3 Visitor Attraction
    3 Visitor Attraction

    Luss

    Welcome to Purdie's of Luss, with a restaurant and museum. Need information? Where to go? What to See? What to do? We are happy to help!

  7. The Battle of Bannockburn

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    Exhibitions

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    Stirling

    The Battle of Bannockburn centre is situated at one of the most important historic sites in Scotland.

  8. Icefire Glass

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    Arts & Crafts

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    Alexandria

    Ornamental glassware designers and makers.

  9. Andy Scott Sculpture Trail

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    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    Clackmannan

    The Andy Scott Sculpture Trail is an unprecedented concentration of works by an international sculptor Andy Scott, alumni of Glasgow School of Art.

  10. The Clan Museum

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    Museums

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    Luss

    The Clan Museum seeks to give visitors and insight into the Clan Colquhoun from the 12th century until the present day as well as its relationship with Luss and its neighbouring clans

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